Brajendra Kumar Singh

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This article presents the design and implementation of modular customizable event-driven architecture with parallel execution capability for the first time with wireless sensor nodes using stand alone FPGA. This customizable event-driven architecture is based on modular generic event dispatchers and autonomous event handlers, which will help WSN application(More)
This paper presents a comparative study of existing real-time MAC layer protocols for wireless sensor networks. Then, a new real-Time MAC protocol is presented that is based on a general purpose MAC protocol, called S-MAC. While medium access strategy in S-MAC is based on contention and back-off schemes, protocol proposed in this paper uses feedback(More)
We study network traffic dynamics in a two dimensional communication network with regular nodes and hubs. If the network experiences heavy message traffic, congestion occurs due to finite capacity of the nodes. We discuss strategies to manipulate hub capacity and hub connections to relieve congestion and define a coefficient of betweenness centrality (CBC),(More)
We study network traffic dynamics in a two-dimensional communication network with regular nodes and hubs. If the network experiences heavy message traffic, congestion occurs due to the finite capacity of the nodes. We discuss strategies to manipulate hub capacity and hub connections to relieve congestion and define a coefficient of betweenness centrality(More)
This paper presents a MAC layer protocol, called RTMAC, for real-time data streaming in wireless sensor networks. RT-MAC eliminates need to contend for a wireless medium by potential transmitting nodes in a range by introducing feedback control packet, called Clear Channel (CC). RT-MAC maximizes spatial channel reuse by avoiding false blocking problem of(More)
This paper presents a new routing metric for mobile ad hoc networks. It considers both coverage area as well as link expiration information, which in turn requires position, speed and direction information of nodes in the network. With this new metric, a routing protocol obtains routes that last longer with as few hops as possible. The proposed routing(More)
This paper presents a novel game theoretic energy balanced (GTEB) geographical routing protocol to extend lifetime of wireless sensor networks (WSNs) by ensuring that forwarding nodes run out of energy approximately at the same time. In order to achieve this objective, the transmission region around a sender node is divided into a set of forwarding regions(More)
We address the problem of message transfer in a communication network. The network consists of nodes and links, with the nodes lying on a two-dimensional lattice. Each node has connections with its nearest neighbors, whereas some special nodes, which are designated as hubs, have connections to all the sites within a certain area of influence. The degree(More)
Contention based MAC protocols for wireless sensor networks (WSNs) suffer from the problem of false blocking of channel access due to unsuccessful attempts of RTS transmission by their neighboring nodes. This does not only reduce the network throughput, but also results in inconsistent and unpredictable data packet transmission pattern, which is(More)