Dynamic framework towards sustainable and energy-efficient routing in delay tolerant IoT-based WSNs
by Sujit Bebortta; Sumanta Kumar Singh; Mamata Rath; Tanmay Mukherjee
International Journal of Systems, Control and Communications (IJSCC), Vol. 15, No. 1, 2024

Abstract: In wireless communication, energy efficiency is a crucial consideration. Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are made up of a large number of sensor nodes scattered across a wide geographic area. When WSNs and the internet of things (IoT) come together, they create a complex network with interconnected devices of heterogeneous type. Energy restoration becomes crucial in order to prolong network lifespan and avoid sensor node (SN) failures. In order to overcome delays, a protocol that reduces energy loss while enhancing overall network performance is crucial. In this paper, we suggest the strategic cluster head selection (SCHS) model, a unique strategy for dealing with the task of choosing the best cluster head (CH) as a linear programming problem. Comparative simulations show that SCHS performs better than popular protocols like LEACH and PEGASIS in terms of average energy consumption, SN residual energy, sensing energy, and average network delay.

Online publication date: Fri, 01-Dec-2023

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