Optimized Energy-delay Sub-network Routing Protocol Development and Implementation for Wireless Sensor Networks
The development and the implementation issues of a reactive optimized energy-delay sub-network routing (OEDSR) protocol for wireless sensor networks (WSN) are introduced and its performance is contrasted with the popular ad hoc on-demand distance vector (AODV) routing protocol. Analytical results illustrate the performance of the proposed OEDSR protocol, while experimental results utilizing a hardware testbed under various scenarios demonstrate improvements in energy efficiency of the OEDSR protocol. A hardware platform constructed at the University of Missouri-Rolla (UMR), now the Missouri University of Science and Technology (MST), based on the Generation 4 Smart Sensor Node (G4-SSN) prototyping platform is also described. Performance improvements are shown in terms of end-to-end (E2E) delay, throughput, route-set-up time and drop rates and energy usage is given for three topologies, including a mobile topology. Additionally, results from the hardware testbed provide valuable lessons for network deployments. under testing OEDSR provides a factor of ten improvement in the energy used in the routing session and extends network lifetime compared to AODV. Depletion experiments show that the time until the first node failure is extended by a factor of three with the network depleting and network lifetime is extended by 6.7%.
M. J. Zawodniok et al., "Optimized Energy-delay Sub-network Routing Protocol Development and Implementation for Wireless Sensor Networks," Smart Materials and Structures, Institute of Physics - IOP Publishing, Jun 2008.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.1088/0964-1726/17/4/045015
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Sub-Network Routers; Wireless Sensor Networking
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