Bandwidth Control Sectoring Technique Protocol for Data Dissemination in Wireless Sensor Networks
Keywords:Bandwidth Control Sectoring Technique, BCST, Congestion Control, Sector head, Quality of Services, QoS, Wireless Sensor Networks, WSN
The present chapter relates to a system for data collection in wireless sensor networks. The object is to provide an improved Quality of Services using bandwidth control sectoring technique for WSNs. To reduce the power consumption through system. The nodes are randomly deployed in the network. There are sectors formed according to the equal number of sector heads. There is one sink node, which collects data from sector heads. Common nodes are deployed randomly to transmit data packets to the respective level 1 node within a sector. Thus, bandwidth will be controlled, and congestion in the network is reduced. Bandwidth control sectoring technique (BCST) achieves the various quality parameters of Network. QoS like period of time (delay), power resource efficiency, delivery ratio, loss ration including throughput. This chapter shows the best protocol for data dissemination in wireless sensor networks. This is designed for achieving maximum QoS of wireless sensor networks.
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