Enhancing Wireless Sensor Networks Routing Protocols based on Cross Layer Interaction

Keywords: Transmission power, wireless sensor node, routing protocol, cross-layer interaction

Abstract

Wireless sensor networks aim to develop a smart city based on sensing environment. The routing protocols of wireless sensor networks is important to transfer the data in smart cities since sensor nodes have limited power and transmission range. The aim of this research is to enhance wireless sensor networks routing protocols based on proposed cross-layer interaction between physical layer and network layer also a proposed routing table information of wireless sensor nodes is developed to consider the transmission power of neighbor’s nodes to determine the next hop. Cross-layer interaction provides a useful information and effective adaptation for WSN routing protocols. As a result, the proposed routing protocol shows an improvement in network performance when number of intermediate nodes are minimized.

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Published
2021-11-30
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Ismail R, Jasim K, Ismael S, Solaimanzadeh S. Enhancing Wireless Sensor Networks Routing Protocols based on Cross Layer Interaction. cuesj [Internet]. 30Nov.2021 [cited 22Jan.2022];5(2):52-5. Available from: https://journals.cihanuniversity.edu.iq/index.php/cuesj/article/view/445
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