Enhancing Qos in wireless Multimedia sensor Networks through Multi-Path Routing


Abdulrahman Alqahtani*

Different QoS metrics are taken into consideration by a number of QoS routing techniques as a result of the variety of Internet application quality-ofservice requirements. On the other hand, correctness cannot be guaranteed by simply adjusting existing multi-path routing techniques to maintain multiple QoS metrics. Improve the Qos Using Multipath Routing Protocol for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Network is proposed as a solution to this issue. Due to signal intrusion, which causes packet drop and communication failures, most wireless transactions have link losers. As a result, wireless multimedia applications will benefit greatly from concurrent routing alongside multi-path, which will significantly improve the capacity to handle these failures. Through the multimedia transaction that takes place between two nodes, multi-path communication helps to provide the substantial bandwidth that is required. Even though a single route could provide connectivity, multi-path transmission also balances traffic load, which can help the network last longer. Ant Colony Optimization uses the route preference option to select the multi-path in this strategy. Node residual energy, bandwidth, and next-hop accessibility are used to evaluate this route preference possibility. An indicator is used to compare the load on the next route in order to evenly distribute the data traffic across the sender-to-receiver connections. The simulation results show that reduces the network's average delay and route load function.




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