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QOS-Aware Routing for Improving Performance in Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks

V. Pradeepaa, S. Umamaheswari


The Industrial Cognitive Radio wireless Sensor Network (ICRSN’s) is one of the candidate areas wherever cognitive techniques are often used for opportunist spectrum access. In the cognitive radio sensor networks, the throughput and end-to-end delay is an important consideration. To perform high performance new technology has been introduced, known as QoS-aware clustering (QAC) for cognitive radio sensor networks.  QoS (Quality of Service) is the idea that communication rates, lapse rates, and other characteristics can be measured and, improved. So, based on the four factors such as throughput, delay, energy, Packet delivery ratio the path is to be selected and the data can be forwarded through the ultimate optimal path. An experimental result shows that the system achieves less delay, high Packet delivery ratio.


Industrial Cognitive Radio Wireless Sensor Network, Quality of Service, Delay, Energy, Packet Delivery Ratio.

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