Direct Line Routing Protocol to Reduce Delay for Chain Based Technique in Wireless Sensor Network

Published on Jun 4, 2020in Journal of modern science
· DOI :10.33640/2405-609X.1585
Haydar Abdulameer Marhoon2
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Raaid Alubady4
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M. K. Abdulhameed1
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Background Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are a promising area for both researchers and industry because of their various applications The sensor node expends the majority of its energy on communication with other nodes. Therefore, the routing protocol plays an important role in delivering network data while minimizing energy consumption as much as possible. The chain-based routing approach is superior to other approaches. However, chain-based routing protocols still expend substantial energy i...
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