End-to-End Latency Analysis for Data Transmission via Optimum Path Allocation in Industrial Sensor Networks

Rajaram Jatothu, Jaya Dipti Lal, N. P. G. Bhavani, K. A. Sharada, E. Balraj, Karthik Kumar Vaigandla, Arvind Kumar Shukla, Mohammad Ishrat, Kibebe Sahile, Kalidoss Rajakani
2022 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
In a sensor network, packet transmission is easy, but achieving an effective routing path is difficult. The packet information is modified by the intruder node. Initial node capacity is not monitored, so it does not filter out the individual status of each and every node in the routing path. It causes a network that utilizes more energy and minimum packet delivery ratio. This work has implemented the enhanced centrum path allotment-based shielded communication (ECSC) scheme to achieve the
more » ... ed packet broadcasting from the sender node to the destination node in the network environment. The quality of packet transmission is improved by using the spatial uniqueness node selection algorithm. It is designed to select the routing node based on its uniqueness; priority-based communication is carried out by the uniqueness process. It improves the packet delivery ratio and network lifetime. It also minimizes packet drop rate and end-to-end delay.
doi:10.1155/2022/1697746 fatcat:xghc3clxhbgahlp3bzt2bbsvbe