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Time Critical Threshold Sensitive Protocol For HWSN

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Shahzad Hassan, TausifZahid, AaqifAfzaalAbbasi,MuhammadZahid,MuhammadYaseen



Clustering, SEP, Stability period, Residual energy, HWSN, Threshold.



In WSN the nodes are equipped with restricted power, communication range, and computation power. The WSN sense the data at regular cycles and forwards the sensed data to the BS. The sensor node transmits data at regular intervals, when most of the times it is unnecessary. To limit the excessive data transmission proposed a time critical threshold based protocol, which use a specific parameter which is triggered only when the sensed threshold value meets the time critical based on high priority. Experimental results proved that our proposed protocol has outperformed the former one in terms of stable and unstable period.



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