The energy-aware hybrid routing protocol in WBBSNs for IoT framework

  • Ch Rajendra Prasad et. al


With the emergence of the Internet of Things globally we can connect everything. Healthcare is the prominent application area of IoT, in which patient vital signs are, monitored though Wireless Body Bio-Sensor Networks and sends this information to doctors via the internet. In the conventional method, we identified a network stability problem due to the draining of battery power. According to the literature survey, our main concentration is on how to reduce energy consumption in traditional methods. So to address the stability problem, we suggested a method that is a hybrid routing protocol known as iM-proved Reliable Energy-Aware Stable Topology which tells about an ultra-low-power  radio transceiver, hybrid transmission, and novel synchronization scheme. The suggested method demonstrated the network lifetime enhancement by transmission between the bio-sensor nodes and the personal server and also highlights the collision prevention to diminish energy consumption. The suggested hybrid protocol performance is analyzed with Nordic nRF2401A Transceiver at 2.4GHz Industrial, Scientific, and Medical band. The results showed superior performance relative to baseline routing protocols in terms of the lifetime of the network, residual energy, pocket distribution, and path loss.

How to Cite
et. al, C. R. P. (2020). The energy-aware hybrid routing protocol in WBBSNs for IoT framework. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(04), 1020 - 11028. Retrieved from