Analysis of Underwater Acoustic Sensor Networks

  • Dr. R. Annamalai Saravanan


Underwater acoustic sensor networks (UASNs) are incorporated expansively in the measures to perceive and distinguishing the data of under water pollution. Conventionally the system encompasses the usage of batteries to acquire energy for its execution.  For the reason that it is complicated to maintain the span of the batteries and it is very challenging to reinstate the batteries, it is very much required to uphold the energy of the battery by increasing the sustainable energy efficiency of the sensor system is the preferable solution. The PCA with ANN model approach is retained to poise the balance of the energy consumption by incorporating layering rooted on building of clusters of different sizes within the same layer. The simulation outcome implemented using MATLAB software, renders an effectual balancing of energy that leads to lengthen of network span.