Energy Consumption In Wireless Ad Hoc Network Using ERCIM

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Wireless Ad hoc network is an emerging research area with practical applications. Among critical issues of wireless Ad hoc and sensor networks is energy consumption in general and interference in particular. Energy limitation has become a performance bottleneck for wireless ad hoc network. The study of energy-efficient wireless devices focuses mainly on the following aspects: design of low-power consuming hardware, reduction of the computation complexity to reduce the power consumption by CPU/memory, diminishment of communication-related power consumption. In this paper, we introduced an Enhanced Receiver-Centric Interference (ERCIM) Protocol with proposed Nearest Component Connector (P-NCC) algorithm for wireless Ad hoc network. In this algorithm, asymptotically matches the lower bound, guaranteeing to build a valid topology with respect to addition or removal of single network nodes and transfer data from Source to Destination. This paper is compiled by simulations that compare the energy values with existing receiver centric model.

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Ad-hoc, Communication, Component Connector, Energy, ERCIM.

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