Effective Energy Adaptive and Consumption in Wireless Sensor Network Using Distributed Source Coding and Sampling Techniques

Abstract

Multimedia is the process of handling multiple medium of messages over network with high rate data services in wireless cellular area networks. Communication is the process of exchanging information form one service to another. In wireless networks are significantly growth of affecting network performance and energy consumption. The major problem is end to end delay in each node and meets the quality of services. The followings are considered for implementing wireless sensor network such as reduces the network delay, propagation delay and energy consumption. The senor node can sense the encoding value and reduce the network traffic delay using mitigation method. This paper propose a unique approach to provide simple routing services with reduced traffic delay, end to end delay network performance and to achieve better performance using Distributed Source Coding and Effective Energy Consumption methods. In this paper we use optimal early detection algorithm for improving network performance and energy consumption problem. An iterative Shannon fano and Tuker method is used for finding optimal solution of each node values. Network Simulator-3 is used for simulating network environments and setup the experiments. Our proposed method shows high data rate, good performance and low energy consumptions. The results compare with existing methodologies and performance is good.

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Manikandan, S., Chinnadurai, M. Effective Energy Adaptive and Consumption in Wireless Sensor Network Using Distributed Source Coding and Sampling Techniques. Wireless Pers Commun (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11277-021-08081-3

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Keywords

  • Wireless sensor networks
  • Effective energy consumption
  • Distributed source coding
  • End-to-end propagation delay
  • Optimal early detection