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Improved - Energy Efficient Sleep Awake Aware Sensor Network Routing Protocol (I-EESAA)

EasyChair Preprint no. 5363

9 pagesDate: April 24, 2021


Typically, in the smart city concept, a wireless sensor network contains a large number of power constrained sensors. The sensors sensed data from the environment and transmit them towards the base station in a cooperative way. Efficient energy consumption strategy leads to extend the lifetime of wireless sensor network. The clustering structure pattern is largely used to regulate the data transmission and reduce the total consumed energy. In this paper, we propose a new routing protocol represents an improvement on Energy Efficient Sleep Awake Aware Sensor Network Routing Protocol (EESAA) called Improved –EESAA (I-EESAA) for heterogeneous wireless sensor networks (WSNs). I-EESAA protocol consists of many algorithms for clustering, cluster head selection, grouping, sensor mode scheduling and data transmission. The main idea of I-EESAA is the grouping concept which aimed to form groups of sensors, which have the same application type and located in the same communication range. After groups formed, one sensor in each group will still in active mode while the others entered in sleep mode. Simulation results show that I-EESAA protocol performs better than the DEEC, DEV-DEEC, and EESAA in the terms of network lifetime, first node dies, cluster head selection process, and throughput. Three system models are present to test I-EESAA with different environments.

Keyphrases: Clustering, pairing, Routing, Sensors, Sleep Awake, Smart City, WSN

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  author = {Liwa Alfarhani and Alexander Varfolomeev},
  title = {Improved - Energy Efficient Sleep Awake Aware Sensor Network Routing Protocol (I-EESAA)},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 5363},

  year = {EasyChair, 2021}}
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