Mohammed Abbas Qureshi, Dr Mohd Ateeq Ur Rahman
Mobile Agents technology, Energy Efficiency, Wireless Sensor Network, etc.
A wide range of high-impact applications may be supported by wireless sensor networks (WSNs), which are becoming more popular. A difficult challenge for software developers is how to deal with WSNs because of the unique properties of these networks, which combine distributed sensing, processing, and communication in a single system. Using code mobility as a distributed computing paradigm, mobile agents have exhibited excellent efficacy and efficiency in IP-based dynamic contexts. When used in conjunction with WSNs, mobile agents, in our opinion, may be more beneficial than in more traditional dispersed setups. Changing or recharging the battery might be challenging since many of these devices are located in places that are tough to reach. As the sensor data is sent to the base station and the event is sensed, the battery life of energy-constrained sensors is shortened dramatically. Routing holes and shorter network lifespans are both the result of nodes running out of energy. This research provides an energy-efficient multiple sink placement technique that maximises average network life and minimises average sensor network power consumption. For data transmission, a slew of sinks are used. The suggested approach results in a longer average network life and a lower average energy use. End-to-end latency, energy consumption, and output are all exceeded by the Protocol suggested in the simulation.
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Unique Paper ID: 154034

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

Page(s): 274 - 279
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