Enhanced Routing Protocol for Internet of Things Using Dynamic Minimum Rank Hysteresis Objective Function
Internet of Things (IoT) is a prominent development in wireless communication technology that encompasses different networks and applications to provide seamless service for end-user requests. The heterogeneous combination of the devices in the network requires optimal neighbor selection for request processing and data management. In this paper Dynamic Minimum Rank Hysteresis Objective Function (DMRHOF) is proposed to enhance the routing reliability between the devices in the IoT environment. This function relies on Rank, Received Signal Strength and Expected Transmission Count metrics of the devices for identifying the reliable routes to the service provider. This objective function is unanimous and operates over all the devices throughout the routing path. Neighbor selection relies on decision-making process of the objective function that is executed in a step-by-step manner for mitigating routing issues. This objective function-based routing method improves network packet delivery ratio and retains convergence time with less delay.
KeywordsETX IoT Objective function RSS Weight analysis
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