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Wireless Sensor Networks deliver valuable information for long periods, then it is desirable to have optimum performance, reduced delays, low overhead, and reliable delivery of information. In this work, proposed metrics that influence energy consumption are used for a performance comparison among our proposed routing protocol, called Multi-Parent(More)
—Wireless sensor networks (WSNs) nodes are commonly designed to work with limited resources of memory, energy and processing; these constraints are aimed at reducing costs in order to make them suitable for a large number of applications: data mining, medicine, military, high-security industry and automation, among others. The routing protocol is one of the(More)
In this work, we compare a recently proposed routing protocol, the multi-parent hierarchical (MPH) protocol, with two well-known protocols, the ad hoc on-demand distance vector (AODV) and dynamic source routing (DSR). For this purpose, we have developed a simulator, which faithfully reifies the workings of a given protocol, considering a fixed,(More)
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