An Improved Local Broadcast Transmission Reduction Technique in Wireless Networks

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International Journal of Computer & Organization Trends  (IJCOT)          
 
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Volume- 3 Issue- 6                           
Year of Publication :  2013
Authors : K.Radhika , Ch. Suresh Babu

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K.Radhika , Ch. Suresh Babu . "An Improved Local Broadcast Transmission Reduction Technique in Wireless Networks" . International Journal of Computer & organization Trends  (IJCOT), V3(6):20-24 Nov - Dec 2013, ISSN 2249-2593, www.ijcotjournal.org. Published by Seventh Sense Research Group.

Abstract—Broadcasting is a common and basic operation designed to support various network protocols in wireless networks. To produce energy efficient broadcasting is very important for unplanned wireless sensor networks because sensors are typically combined with batteries with limited lifetimes. Two primary techniques, static and dynamic, to real broadcast algorithms in wireless ad hoc networks. Among the unchanging technique, local algorithms identify the status of each node proactively based upon local topology information. The hybrid local broadcast algorithm based upon dynamic approach is proposed for guarantee with full delivery and successful approximation onto the optimum solution without thinking about the node position. In dynamic approach the position of this very node is resolute “on-the-fly” dependent on local topology information. So, it is feasible to have the good approximation factor into the optimum solution. The positioning details are the solution to obtain good approximation factor. However in some applications it might not be a possibility get position information as a consequence of nature of unplanned networks that allow mobility cause dynamic, unpredicted and frequent topology changes.

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Keywords— Local algorithm, Adhoc ,Routing.