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Design a Proposed ZIGBEE MAC Algorithm to Minimize Energy Consumption
Kavita, Kirti

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This paper is based on to designing a proposed algorithm that help in minimizing energy consumption as compared to Standard ZIGBEE MAC algorithm for various nodes. The ultimate objective behind the Energy Efficient MAC protocol design is to keep the sensors operating for as long as possible, thus extending the network lifetime. The energy consumption of the sensors is dominated by data transmission and reception. Therefore, Energy Efficient MAC protocol designed for WSNs should be as energy efficient as possible to prolong the lifetime of individual sensors, and hence the network lifetime.
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Design a Self-Healing Routing Algorithm for WSN during Attacks
Monika, Tajender Malik

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This paper is based on designing an algorithm for self-healing routing that will enhance the graceful degradation of wireless sensor network.
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Design an Energy Efficient MAC protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
Mridula, Kirti

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This paper is based on designing proposed algorithms that worked on star topology and with simulate with the single hop architecture. So that, the work can be focused on different topologies, multi-hop that provides better results in terms of energy efficiency.
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Design of Multihop Network on T-MAC Protocol to Enhance Energy Consumption of Sensor Nodes
Deepika, Manisha

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This paper is based on to enhance energy consumption among sensor node on wireless sensor network. In this paper a multihop network is design on T-MAC protocol that help to keep the sensors operating for as long as possible, thus extending the network lifetime. The energy consumption of the sensors is dominated by data transmission and reception. Therefore, multihop network designed for WSNs should be as energy efficient as possible to prolong the lifetime of individual sensors, and hence the network lifetime.
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An Energy Efficient and Reliable MAC Protocol Model for Wireless Sensor Networks
Khushboo, Vaibhav Jain and Pawan Kumar

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Wireless Sensor Networks (WSN) have gained world-wide interest in recent years due to the advances made in wireless communication, information technologies and electronics field. Wireless senor networks are autonomous networks which are used for monitoring purpose. These consist of large number of small size sensor nodes of low cost and distributed over a targeted region to collect the required information using wireless communication. Wireless sensor networks vary from short-range like in the health monitoring, to wide-range environmental surveillance. The chosen MAC protocol must be energy efficient and reliable. Choosing an efficient MAC protocol is very important so that we can save the maximum amount of energy for a sensor node.
T-MAC and ZigBee, the MAC protocols for wireless sensor networks are presented in this dissertation. TMAC protocol saves energy by turning off the radio as much as possible. The moment to turn on the radio is determined by a time-out. ZigBee MAC protocol attempts to reduce the energy consumption by coordinating sensor nodes with a common schedule. The time for turning on and off the radio are fixed. The T-MAC and Zigbee MAC protocols are designed and tested successfully. We have tested the BAN test on both the protocols: T-MAC and Zigbee MAC. The testes are conducted on Castalia software with OMNet++ as platform. The tests are conducted using the general topology for both the MAC protocols. IEEE 802.15.4 is the emerging next generation standard designed for low-rate wireless personal area networks. The second part of the work reported here in provides performance evaluation of both the protocols (ZigBee and TMAC) based on IEEE 802.15.4 general topology. The performance studies have been evaluated for varying number of nodes in the topology.
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A Zone Driven GPS Tracking Mechanism for Communication Optimization
Nikita Malik, Amardeep, Nisha, Sandeep Singh

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A GPS enabled mobile network is the global network applied in real time to generate the positional estimation and to provide node tracking. The GPS controllers are setup in the network for tracking the nodes in the network. But as the mobility performed, the absolution position mapping or low battery can results the communication loss and fault occurrence in communication. In this present work, a fuzzy enabled zone tracking approach is proposed. The model has evaluated the peak positional estimation along with battery feature estimation to provide effective GPS node tracking. The comparative results show that the proposed model has improved the network life and improved the network communication.
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