Energy-Efficient Routing Protocol for Next-Generation Application in the Internet of Things and Wireless Sensor Networks

Authors

  • Avneesh Gour, Dr. Nishant Kumar Pathak

Keywords:

Energy-Efficientm Routingm Protocol, Next-Generation, Application, Internet of Things, Wireless Sensor Networks.

Abstract

Our Invention “Energy-Efficient Routing Protocol for Next-Generation Application in the Internet of Things and Wireless Sensor Networks” is a  the fact that the majority of sensor nodes in wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are powered by energy-constrained batteries is one of the main problems with these networks, as it significantly affects the effectiveness, dependability, and durability of the system. As a result, several clustering strategies have been created to improve WSNs' energy efficiency. The use of multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antennas is required for fifth-generation (5G) transmissions in many Internet of Things (IoT) applications in order to provide enhanced capacity in a multipath spectrum environment. We think that balancing the energy usage per unit area is preferable to using a single sensor that can provide greater load balancing use. In 5G networks, the IoT devices are enmeshed with a variety of MIMO transmission interfaces. An efficient clustering strategy for quickly growing IoT systems is both absent and urgently required to handle a range of user situations now that MIMO is more frequently available on IoT devices. The quality of experience (QoE) for transmitting in clusters for IoT networks is the main goal of the intelligent MIMO-based 5G balanced energy-efficient protocol that we suggested in this research. In compared to the current protocols, the suggested protocol uses 30% less energy while improving network longevity and energy efficiency.

 

Published

2023-08-15

How to Cite

Avneesh Gour, Dr. Nishant Kumar Pathak. (2023). Energy-Efficient Routing Protocol for Next-Generation Application in the Internet of Things and Wireless Sensor Networks. SJIS-P, 35(3), 284–289. Retrieved from http://sjisscandinavian-iris.com/index.php/sjis/article/view/665

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