Energy Efficient Strategy for WSN Technology Using Modified HGAF Technique

Hanane Aznaoui, Said Raghay, Arif Ullah, Mubashir Hayat Khan

Abstract


Due to the rapid growth in technologies has led to the development of sensor nodes. As we know that wireless sensor network is collection of small and large number of sensor node. These sensor nodes are used for different domain like environmental research, health care, monitor, military, and record the physical activity. These nodes communicate with each other and forward the message to base station. For communication of these node different algorithms used Geographical adaptive fidelity (GAF) is one of them. Dropping energy utilization in wireless sensor network directly affects the network lifetime. HGAF is one of the important multiple location based on routing system algorithm. The main function of HGAF technique is to turn-off the unnecessary nodes in the network without interrupting the other connected node. In this paper we proposed a technique known as modified HGAF and it design as a power saving method. In the proposed technique the size of cell structure in grid changed and communication method improve due to those changes.  Based on the result the proposed technique increase 25% in dead node ratio and also increase the network.


Keywords


Geographical adaptive fidelity (GAF), Energy aware, Data communication, network life time.

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