Review of Routing Protocol in a Wireless Sensor Network for an IOT Application
IoT (Internet of Things) create network of physical objects. Maximize network lifetime and optimizing the usage of network is the major objective. Survey is made on Delay, Energy, Jitter, Throughput, Packet Delivery Ratio (PDR) with Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) perspective and the routing protocols performance measures by using latency, bandwidth, jitter, delay. We are working on algorithm for improving AODV routing for IoT. Two Table will merge into one i.e. Routing table and internet connecting table for optimizing the protocol. The main goal of our paper is studying simulation study of routing protocol specially AODV for the IoT and use NS2 simulator for performance evolution of AODV and AODV with IoT.
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