Performance Analysis of Grid-Oriented Underwater Wireless Sensor Network by Deploying Constant Bit Rate Application

Authors: K. Sathish, Ravikumar C. V

Abstract: Underwater Wireless Sensor Network, often known as UWSN, is an appealing research zone because of the mysterious aspect of the ocean. A network of sensor nodes and vehicles that work together as part of the UWSN to collect information and carry out activities in collaboration. Because of the sensor nodes and the limited battery capacity, it is essential for UWSN to have an efficient network. The significant delay in propagation, network dynamics, and probability of error all influence underwater communication, making it difficult to exchange or update sensor nodes. This article put up the idea of a Grid-oriented underwater wireless sensor network (GO-UWSN) and carried out an analysis based on the criteria of energy consumption, utilization, average transmission delay, average jitter, average path loss and average E- 2- E delay in various modes.

Pages: 45-53

DOI: 10.46300/9107.2022.16.8

International Journal of Communications, E-ISSN: 1998-4480, Volume 16, 2022, Art. #8