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The Enhanced Fault-Tolerance Mechanism of AODV Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Network

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Executive Summary

As more and more real Wireless Sensor Network's (WSN) applications are tested and deployed over the last decade, the research community of WSN realizes that several issues need to be revisited from practical angles, such as reliability and availability. Basically, wireless sensor networks suffer from resource limitations, high failure rates and faults caused by the defective nature of wireless communication and the wireless sensor characteristics. This can lead to situations, where nodes are often interrupted during data transmission and blind spots occur in the network by isolating some of the devices. In this paper, the authors address the reliability issue by designing and developing an enhanced fault-tolerance mechanism of Ad hoc On-Demand Distance Vector (AODV) routing protocol for WSN called the ENhanced FAult-Tolerant AODV (ENFAT-AODV) routing protocol.

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