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Energy efficiency in wireless sensor network using Fuzzy rule and tree based routing protocol
Published in Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
Pages: 712 - 717
As the wireless sensor network (WSN) is consider, it is the huge network of low-cost micro sensors deploy in the environment. The main challenge in the design of WSN is to improve the lifetime of the network. Various activities are done in the sensor node which consumes lots of energy due to which there is a need to save energy of node. The battery of the node is difficult to recharge in wireless scenarios, due to this problem the energy efficient routing is used to solve these problems. To achieve the aim, we need not only to minimize total energy consumption along with this balance therouting loading WSN. Researchers have proposed many protocols such as LEACH, HEED, PEGASIS, TBC and PEDAP. We are proposing a Fuzzy rule based General Self-Organized Tree-Based Energy-Balance routing protocol (FGSTEB) which is based on the GSTEB, in this work we builds a routing tree for data transmission by selecting the appropriate routing path and relay node using fuzzy rules, fuzzy rules finds relaying node depending on their residual energy and the load on the node. Due to the dynamic nature of the FGSTEB protocol and performs the simulation according to different parameter in consideration. The main goal of the work is to improve the performance of GSTEB protocols by balancing energy consumption which prolonging the lifetime of WSN. © 2015 IEEE.