Design and Development of an Energy-Efficient Sensory Data Collection with Mobile Sinks Consuming Cluster Constructed Rendezvous Node


  • S. Ravichandran Research Scholar, Department of Computer Science, Bharathiar University, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu, India
  • M. Umamaheswari Professor, Department of Information Technology, RRASE College of Engineering, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India



WSN, cluster Head, Rendezvous Node(RN)


In Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) applications include an arrangement of separated urban zones secured by sensor hubs (SNs) checking ecological parameters. Single-bounce exchange of information from SNs that exist in the MS’s range or overwhelming contribution of system outskirts hubs in information recovery, preparing, buffering and conveying errands. These hubs risk fast itality fatigue bringing about the loss of system availability and diminished system lifetime. Proposed framework goes for limiting the general system overhead and vitality use related with the multihop information recovery handle while additionally guaranteeing adjusted vitality utilization among SNs and delayed system lifetime. This is accomplished through building bunch structures comprised of part hubs that course their deliberate information to their doled out group head (CH). CHs perform information separating upon crude information misusing potential spatial-transient information access and forward the sifted data to fitting end hubs with adequate lingering vitality, situated in nearness to the MS’s direction. This approach fabricates a bunching structure on top of the sensor arrange. That way, high information collection proportions are conceivable since information from the hubs of a similar bunch, for the most part, are firmly connected and along these lines accumulation at each group head impressively diminishes the information sent to RNs. This thusly prompts much lower vitality utilization in the WSN and furthermore a great deal less information is cradled at RNs, diminishing so the likelihood of support floods at an RN.


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How to Cite

Ravichandran, S., & Umamaheswari, M. (2017). Design and Development of an Energy-Efficient Sensory Data Collection with Mobile Sinks Consuming Cluster Constructed Rendezvous Node. Asian Journal of Computer Science and Technology, 6(2), 13–17.

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