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A New Age Architecture and Streamlined Energy Sensor Routing Scheme Using Indigenously Developed Green Energy Relative Direction Based Sensor Routing Scheme

P.C. Gopi, R. Sharmila, Dr. V. Vijayalakshmi


Wireless sensor network (WSN) is usually considered as a large-scale network with thousands of tiny sensors and deployed in smart grid, smart city, smart home, and so forth to sense the information..The primary goal of WSNs is how to collect sensed information in energy efficient way since the energy is limited .Hence to reduce the power consumption we go for the technique of cell zooming and green energy concepts where the amount of power consumed can be effectively reduced by having low-power , low cost base station. This proposed system utilizes an indigenously developed routing protocol which proves to be effective in the picture where we consider energy efficiency as the major constraint. Also the proposed technique is a derivation of the sector mapping technique where robust sector division occurs by only considering a few parameters by using the paradigm divide and conquer methodology. Sensors have limited battery power, energy-efficient routing is important. Also in the results we have incorporated the concept of electro-magnetic pollution index (EPI) for visual simulation.


Conventional Routing (CR), Electro-Magnetic Pollution Index (EPI), Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN), Cluster Head (CH).

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