Enhanced Data Packet Organization by Cluster Head Using Expose Path Interrelated Node Selection Algorithm in WSN

J. Krishnadas and G.K.D. Prasanna Venkatesan

A Sensor network data packet organization is a significant factor, if a cluster head is ready to gather packets in a discontinuous way; it will create defective packet organization in a cluster head. Since the interrelation between sensor nodes is exceptionally poor, the sender does not give arrangement of connection with the next neighbor node in its routing path. It reduces the throughput, path reliability, which focuses on the connection of node. The proposed Enhanced data packet organization by cluster head (EDO) technique is used to accomplish enhanced packet accumulation by cluster head node utilizing efficient cluster member nodes for routing. The Expose path interrelated node selection algorithm is to develop the communication between routing nodes and the interrelated nodes. Those nodes are just chosen to perform packet transferring from the source node to the cluster head node, it enhances the throughput and path reliability. Commonly, their limited power capacity, i.e., battery power, makes WSNs to experience difficulties in expanding network lifetime. In addition, the total proportion of required transmissions should be reduced. For fixing these high-dimensional issues, an improved MCSO algorithm is proposed, in which the essential parameters are examined along with its test results.

Volume 11 | 10-Special Issue

Pages: 878-890

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11SP10/20192883