Optimized Path Selection using GWO routing to enhance the lifetime of Sensor Node in WSN

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Volume-69 Issue-4
Year of Publication : 2021
Authors : M.Selvalakshmi, Dr.M.K.Jeyakumar
DOI :  10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V69I4P226


MLA Style: M.Selvalakshmi, Dr.M.K.Jeyakumar  "Optimized Path Selection using GWO routing to enhance the lifetime of Sensor Node in WSN" International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology 69.4(2021):183-187. 

APA Style:M.Selvalakshmi, Dr.M.K.Jeyakumar. Optimized Path Selection using GWO routing to enhance the lifetime of Sensor Node in WSN  International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, 69(4),183-187.

Wireless sensor networks are used in various fields to monitoring, sensing, and transmitting the information. Nowadays, it acts as a major role in the field of surveillance and health care medical applications. Even in this digital world, in risky places Replacing and recharging the batteries of sensor nodes are not possible. Many researchers focus on improving the lifetime of the sensor network. Various protocols are introduced for energy efficiency and consumption. Optimized path selection helps to transmit the data as soon as possible and avoid data congestion, and it consumes less energy. The proposed grid-based clustering FTM-GRP introduces GWO based routing algorithm to find the best-optimized path between the CH to sink and to the Base station for forwarding the data. MATLAB simulation results show the best performance in network stability and load balancing with less energy for the entire network.

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Virtual Grid, Meta Heuristics, Energy Consumption, Delay, Energy Efficiency