To Identify Dead Node and Provide Appropriate Solution For Data Transfer in WSN

Authors : Dr. Sandeep kumar; Vandna Bansla; Sanjay kumar

Volume/Issue : Volume 7 - 2022, Issue 1 - January

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Various researchers in the WSN field are trying to find a way to save energy so that nodes can survive longer in the network, remembering the ultimate goal of overcoming such challenges of power but with their own requirements. Power consumption is one of the issues for WSNs. Route protocols are the hot spot of the quality of services issues. Power consumption, network life time, network failure and packet over. A key problem for WSN is that these networks are attacked by a packet overhead, which causes high power consumption and lowers Quality of services in sensory networks. Performance analysis comparing using the hybridization method of active and reactive protocol provides better results that contain a better rate of packet transfer with less error, less chance of node failure and extension of network life. At WSN, there are several router protocols used for development Network performance. In those processes, the DSR protocol is most applicable to terms of low power intensity, but sometimes when node mode changes from sleep functionality, efficiency decreases as data packets that need to wait initially indicate where the package has been sent and this increases the waiting time to eliminate packet expiration delays leading to increased power consumption. Our problem identifies dead nodes and selects the most appropriate data transfer method to make it easier and less energy efficient. To address these issues, we propose the power used to transfer power to a protocol known as PDORP. The proposed PDORP protocol contains both the Power Output Performance Management System (PEGASIS) and DSR delivery procedures. In addition, the mixing of GA and BFO is used in the proposed process to identify alternative energy-saving alternatives. Performance analysis, comparison using the proposed hybridization method Route protocol provides better results consisting of a small error rate, less delay and less power consumption than other route tracking agreements that lead to better Quality of services and extend network life.

Keywords : Wireless Network, PDORP, Sensor Network.


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