№2, 2011


Rustamov A.M.

The main goal in wireless sensor nodes (WSNs) is to minimize energy consumption, computation and communication between nodes. So far many routing algorithms were proposed for wireless sensor networks. Early developed algorithms were mainly related to topology-based routing schema, where next hop was determined according to current stage of router. In wired network topologies all routing information can be obtained as all nodes in the network are interconnected. But in wireless networks the same principle does not work well. That is why for wireless sensor network different kind of routing protocol is required. In this paper we didn’t consider acknowledgement of delivery of packets in transport layer. We proposed routing protocol schema that affects the energy consumption and computations in the limited source hardware. (p. 63-71)

Keywords: wireless sensor networks, routing protocol, protocol stacks, network management.
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