Energy Efficient Link-Delay Aware Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
Abstract of Energy Efficient Link-Delay Aware Routing
This Energy Efficient Link-Delay Aware Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks
paper investigates the problem of energy consumption in wireless sensor networks. Wireless sensor nodes deployed in harsh environment where the conditions change drastically suffer from sudden changes in link quality and node status. The end-to-end delay of each sensor node varies due to the variation of link quality and node status. On the other hand, the sensor nodes are supplied with limited energy and it is a great concern to extend the network lifetime. To cope with those problems, this paper proposes a novel and simple routing metric, predicted remaining deliveries (PRD), combining parameters, including the residual energy, link quality, end-to-end delay, and distance together to achieve better network performance. PRD assigns weights to individual links as well as end-to-end delay, so as to reflect the node status in the long run of the network. Large-scale simulation results demonstrate that PRD performs better than the widely used ETX metric as well as other two metrics devised recently in terms of energy consumption and end-to-end delay, while guaranteeing packet delivery ratio.
This Energy Efficient Link-Delay Aware Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks paper proposes a novel link-delay aware energy efﬁcient routing metric called PRD for the routing path selection tailored
PRD captures the predicted remaining deliveries within one unit of delay, which reﬂects the ability of each sensor node to forward packets. PRD also takes the end-to-end delay into consideration.