XLN Protocol Implementation for Efficient Outperforming of PDR parameter in WSN
As far as wireless sensor networks are concerned, the packet to delivery ratio parameter is the most important and demanded area where lot of research work is going on. The work has been carried out over here, is completed based on algorithms that are been implemented to improve the packet to delivery ratio using cross layer network (XLN). The nodes that are been available in the WSNs plays an important role w. r. t. its location, speed as well as under which cluster it is been assigned. Also the nodes state play a vital role for communication purpose such as Active, Sleep, Idle and Dead node which are properly monitored by scheduling algorithm which may also reflect to reduce the bottleneck problem. Proper multi-hop routing is been done based on clustering algorithm so as to monitoring each & every node under either of the clusters within the cluster head, for which the DMRC (Dynamic Multi-Hop Routing & Clustering) algorithm has taken place in this research so as to achieve optimum output of the PDR. The beaconing signal will be provided by only those nodes which are having the sufficient residual energy within it for proper transmission. Further, it can also be decreased by considering only those nodes which are having the deserved residual energy within the node. The proposed DMRC algorithm is compared with the existing algorithms i.e., LEACH and SMRC which are preferred in EQSR, ED and MEP models. Above all, PDR is obtained for 300 nodes in all the 3 cases & is been taken into consideration using the NS-II simulation software.