AN ENERGYEFFICIENT TRAFFIC-LESS CHANNEL SCHEDULING BASED DATA TRANSMISSION INWIRELESS NETWORKS
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 11, Pages 5704-5722
AbstractWireless sensor networks are the most common of all other networks. This is an infrastructure that totally involves the infrastructure, or a set of sensor nodes. It is commonly used in military and search and rescue activities, such as node mobility, without proposals to prioritize and drop data packets. The output of the network is thus totally degraded. Take the Energy Efficient Traffic-less Channel Scheduling (EETCS) scheme guidelines to address this dilemma. It could be that, regardless of the suggested algorithm, the length of the equilibrium schedule is unbalanced due to non-uniform density or variation. First, to increase the network lifespan, estimate the node energy initial stage before scheduling the transmission channel. The schedule lengths can also be imbalanced due to the disparity in regions' heterogeneity levels.In this proposed method of calculating the Edge Support (SES), Channel Traffic Weightage (CTW) and Transmission Channel Support (TCS) sequence, the transmission path to boost network capacity is planned. Energy usage, throughput ratio and distribution ratio are evaluated to approximate the performance of the proposed EETCS method and equate it with other existing approaches.
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