Energy Efficiency in Wireless Sensor Networks Using Packet Splitting Technique
In computer networking there is a great value of wireless networking because it has no difficult installation, no more expenditure and has lots of ways to save money band time. The wireless sensor network is an ad-hoc network. It consists of small light weighted wireless nodes called sensor nodes. The analytical model allows the people to derive some accurate results regarding energy consumption and complexity. Also, some main considerations about the implementation of the proposed technique in a real sensor network, i.e., by taking into account erasure channels, Message Authentication Codes (MAC-layer) overhead and actual computational resources of nodes. The splitting procedure is achieved applying the packet splitting algorithm and the Chinese Remainder Theorem algorithm (CRT) which is characterized by a simple modular division between integers.