Performance Comparison of Geographic Routing in WSN for measuring Coverage Constraints and Energy Consumption in Cloud Environments

  • Dr. D. Maria Manuel Vianny, Dr. L. Godlin Atlas

Abstract

This paper investigates the problem of energy efficient and consumption process in wireless sensor networks. The fundamental problem in WSN has handled the energy constraints and avoiding end-to-end delay networks. We introduce encoding technique for handling transmission data, network delays, content aware service and energy expenditure problems. The end-to-end delay varies depending up on nodes and sensor life time. We apply hamming encoding technique for estimating energy constraints with life time of buffer capacity factor. This paper proposes the novel based approach to handle group communication, senor node status, network transmission and optimal encoded behaviors. Each cluster group values are sensed by node reference time and calculate hamming code weight for each node counts. The quality of services can be achieved by energy saving measurements and data loss can be varies up on incoming packet request.We compare the encoded result with code word situation and hazard environment. We reduce the amount of data transmission factor and life time of sensor values and longer network delays. We show the simulating results with encoding scheme and reduced energy consumption. The performance can be monitored by coverage constraints and optimal transmission behaviors.

Index: Wireless Senor Networks, Energy Consumption, Coverage Constraint, Hamming Encoding, Data Loss.

Published
2019-12-19
How to Cite
Dr. L. Godlin Atlas, D. D. M. M. V. (2019). Performance Comparison of Geographic Routing in WSN for measuring Coverage Constraints and Energy Consumption in Cloud Environments. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 28(16), 1594 -. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/2147
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