Energy-aware fisheye routing (EA-FSR) algorithm for wireless mobile sensor networks

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Energy consumption is prominent and critical issue faced by wireless sensor networks. The maximum amount of energy is consumed when the sensors communicate with each other. Therefore energy efficient routing mechanisms are required. In this paper, a routing scheme based on the fisheye state routing with a difference in route selection mechanism has been proposed to ensure the reduction in the overall energy consumption of the network. This scheme is named as Energy-Aware Fisheye State Routing (EA-FSR). It is simulated considering various parameters using QualNet5.0. Performance of EA-FSR has been compared with the original fisheye state routing algorithm which is also simulated in the same environment. For comparison various parameters like end-to-end delay average, energy consumption and throughput have been considered. © 2013 Production and hosting by Elsevier B.V. on behalf of Faculty of Computers and Information, Cairo University.




Kumar, H., Arora, H., & Singla, R. K. (2013). Energy-aware fisheye routing (EA-FSR) algorithm for wireless mobile sensor networks. Egyptian Informatics Journal, 14(3), 235–238.

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