A Progressive Approach to Enhance Lifetime for Barrier Coverage in Wireless Sensor Network
Wireless sensor networks have their applications deployed in all the fields of area of research beyond the visualization of smart sensors. The sensors installed may experience many coverage related faults e.g., Barrier coverage problem. This problem affects the random deployment in sensor network to conserve energy and therefore has to be rectified, confined and approved. The protocol CSP and VSP defined extends the advantage of reducing the energy consumption and increases the lifetime of sensor nodes with the intrusion detection model over heterogeneous deployment. Inspite of low connectivity and multihop signal paths, the protocols is entirely scalable in terms of computational control and communication bandwidth. Two diverse cases are employed between the nodes with the protocols: position to position connectivity and load balancing. The former produces better results with a linear increase in network lifetime whereas through latter achieves 40 percent of energy utilization. Simulation results are provided to display the efficiency of the protocol designed.
C N Abhilash, A S Chandan, S H Manjula, K R Venugopal, L M Patnaik