DS-VBF: Dual sink vector-based routing protocol for underwater wireless sensor network
Pouryazdanpanah, K.M., Anjomshoa, M., Salehi Shahraki, Ahmad, Afroozeh, A., & Moshfegh, G.M. (2014) DS-VBF: Dual sink vector-based routing protocol for underwater wireless sensor network. In IEEE 5th Control and System Graduate Research Colloquium (ICSGRC), IEEE, Shah Alam, Malaysia, pp. 227-232.
Underwater wireless sensor networks (UWSNs) have become the seat of researchers' attention recently due to their proficiency to explore underwater areas and design different applications for marine discovery and oceanic surveillance. One of the main objectives of each deployed underwater network is discovering the optimized path over sensor nodes to transmit the monitored data to onshore station. The process of transmitting data consumes energy of each node, while energy is limited in UWSNs. So energy efficiency is a challenge in underwater wireless sensor network. Dual sinks vector based forwarding (DS-VBF) takes both residual energy and location information into consideration as priority factors to discover an optimized routing path to save energy in underwater networks. The modified routing protocol employs dual sinks on the water surface which improves network lifetime. According to deployment of dual sinks, packet delivery ratio and the average end to end delay are enhanced. Based on our simulation results in comparison with VBF, average end to end delay reduced more than 80%, remaining energy increased 10%, and the increment of packet reception ratio was about 70%.
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|Item Type:||Conference Paper|
|Keywords:||Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks(UWSN), Routing Protocol, Wireless Sensor Networks(WSN), Location-Based Routing, Energy Efficiency, Multiple Sink Architecture|
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