IJSRP, Volume 2, Issue 12, December 2012 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
L. Chandra Shekar, M.L.Ravichandra
Impediment lenient Mobile Sensor Networks (ILMSN) is a class of promising networks that experience frequent and long-duration partitions. Evaluate with the conventional networks, the distinct characteristic is that there is no end-to-end connectivity between source and destination. The network topology may modify dynamically and arbitrarily. This characteristic and non-existence of an end-to-end path poses a number of challenges in routing in ILMSNs. So, Utilizing multi-replica schemes to develop the routing performance is reasonable. Most of the presented multi-replica approach distributes many copies of the messages into the network for increasing the packet delivery rate. This operation consumes a great amount of constrained resource of ILMSNs. To solve this problem we suggest a Radio Frequency and Power-Attentive Routing protocol (FPAR), which cut down the replicas based on the Radio Frequency between the sensor nodes and sink node and the residual Power of the sensor node. The packet delivery probability is based on sink meeting frequency and nodes movement direction. Then we develop our protocol by using diverse targets called Diverse Targets Radio Frequency and Power Attentive Routing protocol (DTFPAR). Simulation results indicate that our proposed protocol achieves higher message delivery ratios with lower transmission overhead and data delivery delay than existing ILMSNs routing protocols.