Estimation of Optimum Rendezvous Point for Mobile Sink (ORP-MS) in WSN

  • Authors

    • Vrince Vimal
    • Madhav J Nigam
  • Clustering protocol, Mobile Sink, Tour Plan, Energy efficiency, Network lifetime.
  • Clustering of the sensors in wireless sensor network is done to achieve energy efficiency. The nodes, which are unable to join any cluster, are referred to as isolated nodes and tend to transfer information straight to the base station. It is palpable that isolated nodes and cluster heads communicate with the base station and tend to exhaust their energy leaving behind coverage holes. In this paper, we propose the innovative clustering scheme using mobile sink approach to extend networks lifetime. The proposed (ORP-MS) algorithm is implemented in MATLAB 2017a and the results revealed that the proposed algorithm outdid the existing algorithms in terms networks lifetime and energy efficiency simultaneously achieved high throughput.



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    Vimal, V., & J Nigam, M. (2018). Estimation of Optimum Rendezvous Point for Mobile Sink (ORP-MS) in WSN. International Journal of Engineering & Technology, 7(3.12), 1322-1328.