• S. Hemalatha Programmer, IT Support, Bishop Heber College, Trichirapalli, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Dr. E. George Dharma Prakash Raj Associate Professor, School of Computer Science, Engineering and Applications Bharathidasan University, Tiruchirappalli, Tamil Nadu, India




Mobile Sensor Network, Random Way Point Mobility Routing, Routing Table


Mobile Sensor Network an emerging trend in recent network platform. Random waypoint mobility routing proposed on virtual infrastructure based mobile sensor network. Routing is highly challenging task in mobile sensor network, in which the random waypoint model used to ascertain through put and energy depletion. Sensor network classified into multiple regions. Scheduled time slot is assigned for data transmission in between source to sink. Routing table is periodically updated with its neighborhood information. In order to discovers sink node random waypoint mobility routing algorithm checks either clockwise or anti clockwise in the region to find an optimal route for reliable data transmission. In comparison to other cutting-edge cluster-based routing protocols, the effectiveness of the suggested technique assessed using the essential network characteristics. In addition proposed algorithm reduces normalized routing overhead and reselection of region head by varying the node density in the network.


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How to Cite

S., H., & Prakash Raj, E. G. D. (2023). RANDOM WAYPOINT MOBILITY ROUTING ALGORITHM FOR MOBILE SENSOR NETWORKS. International Journal of Engineering Science Technologies, 7(1), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.29121/ijoest.v7.i1.2023.340