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DESIGN OF PROTOCOL IN UNDERWATER WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS

S. Fathima, P.N. Kathiravan, Dr.S. Sharmila

Abstract


In this work we designed a routing protocol to overcome upcoming challenges in under water wireless sensor networks. The routing protocol designed for specific roles leads to issues in the network. The major issues for development of routing protocol for underwater sensor network are harsh deployment environment, low bandwidth, high propagation delay, low bandwidth, requires high bandwidth energy, temporary losses, fouling and corrosion and high bit error rates. In this project the certain issues to be rectified are low bandwidth, energy efficiency and data delivery. The limitations existing routing protocols are low data delivery, data delivery ratio, energy efficiency, bandwidth efficiency and reliability. Design of three new protocol is to overcome the limitations of existing protocols in underwater wireless sensor networks.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.6084/ijact.v4i7.14

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