Title: Design of QoS on data collection in wireless sensor network for automation process

Authors: Hassan Jalel Hassan; Ghaida Muttasher Abdulsaheb; Osamah Ibrahim Khalaf

Addresses: Department of Computer Engineering, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq ' Department of Computer Engineering, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq ' Al-Nahrain Nano Renewable Energy Research Centre, Al-Nahrain University, Baghdad, Iraq

Abstract: WSNs facilitate the analysis of the universe with an unprecedented resolution. WSN is a network that connects many low-cost, low-powered sensor nodes capable of sensing/actuating and can interact with one another over short distances through a low-power radio. The article aims to provide strategies for enhancing and maintaining QoS in WSN communication in particular. As a result, we implemented a classification-based multi-layer WSN stack prototype that takes CDC applications into account. This method decreases the increasing point load by control messages, resulting in higher application throughput. In the presence of reasonably large unicast data traffic, the CDC multi-layer stack achieves 85.16% throughput while running at less than 12.14% delay. While WSN is the transmission technique and automation are the implementation scenario, the existing methods can be extended to certain other WSN and scenarios with related communication patterns and QoS issues.

Keywords: WSN; QoS; throughput; end-to-end delay; traffic.

DOI: 10.1504/IJCAT.2022.10049756

International Journal of Computer Applications in Technology, 2022 Vol.68 No.3, pp.298 - 304

Received: 11 Jun 2021
Accepted: 27 Jul 2021

Published online: 18 Aug 2022 *

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