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Contention-Based Beaconless Real-Time Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks

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Executive Summary

This paper presents a novel real-time routing protocol, called CBRR, with less energy consumption for Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). End-to-End real-time requirements are fulfilled with speed or delay constraint at each hop through integrating the contention and neighbor table mechanisms. More precisely, CBRR maintains a neighbor table via the contention mechanism being dependent on wireless broadcast instead of beacons. Comprehensive simulations show that CBRR can not only achieve higher performance in static networks, but also work well for dynamic networks.

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