Ganesh Ramamurthy

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In this paper we propose a new routing scheme which exploits the redundancy and geometrical properties of the wireless network. The approach we take is to combine the ideas of directional flooding, leveling, clustering and disjoint multipath routing to achieve an optimal routing scheme in terms of average energy consumed and total number of transmitted(More)
Wireless sensor networks are the ‘hot-spots’ of research today. Due to a low per node cost, they are increasingly being deployed for various purposes. This paper introduces a novel power-aware routing algorithm which may lead to a high degree of reliability. The algorithm is ad-hoc, hierarchical, probabilistic and leverages the inherent multiplicity of(More)
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is comprised of small and low-cost sensors deployed in a particular region in order to monitor a phenomena. In this paper, we have addressed some problems, which have significant effects on the performance of WSNs while computing the path from source to the base station. Although in the literature, many MAC protocols for WSNs(More)
In this paper we consider a network in which one of the nodes wants to send a packet to all the other nodes in the network by broadcasting the packet. At each instant one of the nodes acts as a source and transmits a packet which has to be received by all the other nodes in the network. We propose a new distribution for LT codes to perform network coding in(More)
ISSN 2320 5377 | © 2013 Bonfring Abstract—Wireless Sensor Networks have attracted much attention in recent years. The potential applications of WSNs are immense. They are used for sensing, measuring, collecting, storing, and sharing the sensed data. Wireless Sensor Networkshave been used for various applications including habitat monitoring, agriculture,(More)
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