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A Complete Analysis of Corona Based Energy Efficient WSN Protocols

Meenakshi | Kirti Bhatia | Shalini Bhadola

Meenakshi | Kirti Bhatia | Shalini Bhadola "A Complete Analysis of Corona Based Energy Efficient WSN Protocols" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-4 | Issue-5, August 2020, pp.66-71, URL: https://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd31717.pdf

The main components of a wireless sensor network (WSN) are relay nodes, large number of sensor nodes, and a base station. The WSN is chiefly deployed to gather information from an environment. Due to its applicability, the WSN has become very popular and it is being used in a variety of applications, like habitat observing, exactitude agriculture, intelligent homes and military reconnaissance. In case of different applications, an efficient deployment of WSN is required so that occurrence of any event is monitored accurately. The uneven deployment of sensor node can cause coverage-holes and energy holes problems in the network. If coverage hole is present in a target area, then every point in the area cannot be covered while the formation of energy-holes means that data can no long delivered to the sink on certain path. This particular time instance has been defined as the total network lifetime. As balanced energy consumption among the sensor nodes of the WSN is the most challenging problem due to many-to-one traffic pattern. The goal of our survey is to present a comprehensive review of the recent literature of sensor node deployment. In this paper, we have reviewed the existing Corona-based sensor node deployment strategies. We review the major development in these deployment strategies and outline the new challenges. Their simulation results showed that each deployment strategy significantly utilized the energy of the nodes and prolongs the network lifetime.

Wireless Sensor Network, Corona, Deployment Strategy

Volume-4 | Issue-5, August 2020
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