Asian Journal of Information Technology

Year: 2016
Volume: 15
Issue: 24
Page No. 5067 - 5074

General Self-Organizing Tree-Based Energy Balance Routing Protocol with Clustering for Wireless Sensor Network

Authors : S. Shivkumar, A. Kavitha, J.N. Swaminathan and R. Navaneethakrishnan

Abstract: A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) forms of a huge number of wireless sensor nodes which are deployed randomly and densely in a targeted region. The networks work properly till it is having sufficient battery power.To optimize battery power, energy efficient routing protocols should be employed such as General Self-Organized Tree-Based Energy-Balance routing protocol (GSTEB), Hybrid Energy-Efficient, Distributed clustering approach (HEED) and Power Efficient Gathering in Sensor Information Systems (PEGASIS).GSTEB can be employed to reduce energy consumption. It constructs a routing tree for each round. BS allocates a root node and delivers information about location awareness to all sensor nodes and it automatically organizes nodes when any node in tree has low battery power. This protocol prolongs network lifetime. Among these protocols GSTEB provides high throughput, packet delivery ratio and having longer battery time compared to HEED and PEGASIS. The disadvantage of GSTEB is that the average packet drop is slightly high with respect to time. So GSTEB is modified with clustering mechanism to reduce packet dropping. This provides less average drop and less energy consumption.

How to cite this article:

S. Shivkumar, A. Kavitha, J.N. Swaminathan and R. Navaneethakrishnan, 2016. General Self-Organizing Tree-Based Energy Balance Routing Protocol with Clustering for Wireless Sensor Network. Asian Journal of Information Technology, 15: 5067-5074.

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