Tuesday 23rd of January 2018

Congestion control of mobile node in wireless mobile and communication using 802.15.4/ZigBee

Aftab Ahmad Malik, Aroosh Amjad and Aleena Ayaz

Clustering technique for load balancing tend to increase the stability of system and the communication between nodes in the system also improves. Many researchers have emphasized on the load in centroid as well as control the energy level of mobility in WSN. In case of consuming high load in cluster head that may on network and network gets down. Researchers have witnessed that load is an important factor in WSN 802.15.4 IEEE standard. This paper basically analyses load and its effectiveness in different scenarios (hexagonal shape of topology). increasing the number of end devices moreover by enabling and disabling the appropriate parameter on cluster tree it would be sorted out whether the load on cluster tree get high or not. The issue of load is being faced in the field of Wireless sensor network as well because the network has tiny sensor nodes and have limited battery life time, if the load increase the issue of battery consumption would be also increase. At last the result would be concluded without applying parameter and with parameter. Choosing the appropriate parameter, the great change is being witnessed in topologies

Keywords: Congestion, Coordinator, Clustering, ZigBee, IEEE 802.15.4

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Aftab Ahmad Malik
Professor of Computer Science, Lahore Garrison University,Lahore Pakistan

Aroosh Amjad
Student of Ms Computer science of Lahore Garrison University, Lahore Pakistan

Aleena Ayaz
Student of Ms Computer science of Lahore Garrison University, Lahore Pakistan

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