Cluster based Energy Efficient multipath Routing in WSN

  • Kalyane* S
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A wireless sensor network (WSNs) is made out of a huge gathering of sensor nodes with restricted assets as far as battery supplied energy. Consequently, the plan of an energy-efficient and extensible routing protocol is a critical worry for WSN applications. In this paper, we propose a novel improved Cluster based energy efficient multipath routing protocol (ICEEMRP) is utilized for energy efficient selection and reselection of CH for multipath routing to transfer the data from source to destination efficiently and simultaneously improving network lifetime. The proposed work take up an improved multipath structure scheme in order to accomplish the balance of the network energy utilization. The proposed plan also plays out the aggressive calculations for parameters, like, packet delivery ratio, energy utilization, network lifetime, and network overhead. The results shows that there is an enormous amount of energy saved in the network and hence improved network lifetime compared to conventional routing techniques.




Kalyane*, S. J., & B.Patil, Dr. N. (2020). Cluster based Energy Efficient multipath Routing in WSN. International Journal of Recent Technology and Engineering (IJRTE), 8(5), 3720–3728.

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