Research on Interference Optimization Mechanism of Wireless Routing Signal Transmission Based on Fuzzy Comprehensive Evaluation Method

Xinchun Wang, Haishan Zhang, Mi Li, Ying Li


Inherently dynamic in nature, wireless sensor network transmits data less efficient and reliable, and thus the conventional routing protocol is inapplicable to the new type of wireless sensor network. Such being the case, this paper first analyzes this problem and proposes a routing interference optimization mechanism FCE based on distributed fuzzy comprehensive evaluation. The fuzzy principle is introduced to the priority calculation of the node. In doing so, the fuzzy linear transformation principle and the maximum membership principle are used to classify the dynamic nature of candidate nodes and to select well-performed candidates from the optimal candidate nodes. In spite of the few number of those candidates, they are qualified to compete for the right of next-hop forwarding, such that the routing interference will become less probable and the data forwarding is rendered more efficient. Finally, through a simulation test, our method is verified effective.


comprehensive evaluation; signal transmission; interference optimization; forwarding efficiency

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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