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A Comparison of Data Dissemination Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks
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Author(s)
Rakesh Kumar Yadav, Kusum Gupta, Ajay Singh Yadav
KEYWORDS
Wireless Sensor Networks, Directed Diffusion, Data Centric, Routing, Energy, Efficiency, Ns-2
ABSTRACT
Due to many constraints of nodes in wireless sensor networks, a variety of data dissemination protocols have been developed for data gathering in wireless sensor networks. Sensors extract useful information from environment; this information has to be routed through several intermediate nodes to reach the destination. Effective information dissemination is one of the most important tasks in sensor net-works. Directed Diffusion is a communication paradigm for information dissemination in WSNs based on data centric routing. In this paper we simulate three protocols using ns-2.33 simulator in terms of remaining energy and routing load.
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