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Intelligent Routing Strategy Maintenance over Underwater Wireless Sensor Networks

Journal: International Research Journal of Advanced Engineering and Science (IRJAES) (Vol.3, No. 1)

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Page : 242-246

Keywords : UWSN; Underwater Wireless Sensor Network; GEDAR; GrEedy Depth Adjustment Routing;

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In a communication and networking domain, most critical concern to take care with is a underwater communication, Underwater Wireless Sensor Network (UWSN) is a dominating medium, which provides complete end-to-end support to identify and watching the under-sea materials and components. Because of the channel restrictions the data collecting scenario of the Underwater Wireless Sensor Network is so much complicated. A new protocol is required to improve the characteristic of UWSN, to improve its data gathering strategies, called GrEedy Depth Adjustment Routing (GEDAR) Routing Protocol. GEDAR is an anycast, geographic and sharp steering convention that routes information bundles from sensor nodes to numerous sonobuoys (sinks) at the ocean's surface. At the point when the node is in a correspondence void location/surface, GEDAR changes to the recuperation mode methodology which depends on topology control through the profundity change of the void nodes, rather than the customary methodologies utilizing control messages to find and keep up steering ways along void areas. Reenactment comes about demonstrate that GEDAR altogether enhances the system execution when contrasted and the benchmark arrangements, even in hard and troublesome portable situations of exceptionally meager and extremely thick systems and for high system movement loads. For all by using the proposed GEDAR protocol, the routing strategies over underwater wireless sensor network is effective and fault tolerant under all circumstances.

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