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Volume - 2 | Issue - 3 | september 2020

Novel Cluster Rotating and Routing Strategy for software defined Wireless Sensor Networks
Pages: 140-146
Published
06 July, 2020
Abstract

The biggest problems faced by the software defined wireless sensor network are energy conservation and load balancing techniques which impose a high level of constraint. In general clustering is used in a network in order to decrease the use of energy thereby enhancing lifetime of the network. Hot spot problems are a common issue caused due to drainage of battery when there are more multi-hop networks that are close to the base station. In order to overcome this restriction, we have proposed the use of multilayer clustering architecture that is used to choose the intra and inter-cluster communication, rotation of cluster head and forwarding node. Using the routing table, the proposed methodology will be able to efficiently handle the rotation of the forwarder node. The rotation takes place based on the residual energy's threshold levels and also exploits the non-forwarder node, backup forwarder node, forwarder node and decision maker node to enhance the routing strategy of the WSN. Testing and evaluation of the proposed work is done using C programming language and results show that this methodology has better results than EADUC and TLPER as far as hop count, communication and energy consumption are taken into consideration in the cluster formation.

Keywords

forwarder node cluster design multi-layer software define network Wireless sensor network Software define network

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