Comparitive Performance Study Of Routing Protocols in Wireless Sensor Network
Master's Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Computer Science - Technical Computer Science, grade: 70%, Griffith College Dublin (Faculty of Computing ), course: MSC Computing , language: English, abstract: Modern wireless sensor network can be expanded into large geographical areas via cheap sensor devices which can sustain themselves itself with very a low power usage. The networking capability enables these sensor nodes to incorporate, collaborates, and coordinates with among each other , and this is a fundamental shift in the field of networks which differentiates sensor network nodes form other networks such as IP-datagram, Ad-Hoc and so on. Currently, routing in the wireless sensor network faces multiple challenges, such as new scalability, coverage, packet loss, interference, real-time audio and video real time streaming, harsh weather environments, energy constraints and so forth. Network routing can be called an amalgamation of routing protocol and routing algorithm. The job of the routing protocols is to provide a cohesive view of network nodes topology while routing algorithm provides the intelligence in terms of optimal path calculation. We set out to conduct a detailed study of routing protocols in a IP-datagram, wireless ad-hoc and sensor network, and also accomplished routing protocols comparison against the chosen network performance factor dropped packet ratio. Routing protocols play an important role in modern wireless communication networks. Routing protocols' performance can be measured by a number of factors such as packet dropped rate and so forth. Rumour and Optimal Spinal Routing algorithms are compared using ShoX simulation and the results and analysis are based upon the simulation experiments.
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