Energy Efficiency in Wireless Sensor Network Using Green TBS Approach
Typically in the wireless sensor network, sensor
nodes assigned for task execution. The scheduling of the
individual task in wireless sensor network has typically a strong
influence on the achievable performance. The Number of routing
challenges and design issues like node placement and energy
consumption can affect the routing process in wireless sensor
networks. Therefore this new approach for energy efficiency is
introduced. The concept of power adaptation with sleep and
wake-up is merged in this green task based sensing method. This
will overcome the challenges like nodes availability,
synchronization process, and overall network efficiency and also
will help to avoid the detailing in classical routing technique. In
network simulator ns2, with reference of variations in total no. of
nodes the performance of this method is evaluated. And the
results are obtained on the basis of performance measurement
parameters such as Event delivery ratio (EDR), time delay,
residual energy (average) and control overhead. The obtained
results are justified on the basis satisfactory performance of the
considered system against the energy efficiency constraint.
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