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Energy-Efficient Multichannel MAC Protocol Design for Bursty Data Traffic in Underwater Sensor Networks
How to scale back power consumption could be a vital issue in underwater sensor networks (UWSNs) since sensor nodes have limited energy resource. Utilizing multiple channels and duty cycling may help conserve energy because transmission collisions and idle listening will be reduced. Bursty traffic is common in UWSN; however, we have a tendency to don't realize satisfactory solutions that may deliver this sort of traffic efficiently in a very duty-cycled setting. During this paper, we propose a dynamic duty-cycled multiple-rendezvous multichannel medium access management (DMM-MAC) protocol that's suitable for transmitting bursty traffic in a very duty-cycled UWSN. Designed on high of multiple-rendezvous multichannel MAC (MM-MAC), a node running DMM-MAC wants solely one modem. DMM-MAC will operate in a additional realistic multihop environment, rather than a simplified single-hop network, without the knowledge of relative distances or propagation delays to different nodes. Utilizing the proposed dynamic duty cycling mechanism, nodes running DMM-MAC will deliver bursty traffic efficiently. Simulation results verify that DMM-MAC conserves energy and enhances network performance when put next to MM-MAC.
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