SRP-MS: A New Routing Protocol for Delay Tolerant Wireless Sensor Networks
Sink Mobility is becoming popular due to excellent load balancing between nodes and ultimately resulting in prolonged network lifetime and throughput. A major challenge is to provide reliable and energy-efficient operations are to be taken into consideration for different mobility patterns of sink. Aim of this paper is lifetime maximization of delay tolerant Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) through the manipulation of Mobile Sink (MS) on different trajectories. The authors propose Square Routing Protocol with MS (SRP-MS) based on existing SEP (Stable Election Protocol) by making it Cluster Less (CL) and introducing sink mobility.