Throughput Maximization for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks in Industrial Applications


  • Markco M Assistant Professor, Department of CSE, E.G.S.Pillay Engineering College, Nagapattinam
  • Radha D Assistant Professor, Department of CSE, Sembodai RV Engineering College, Nagapattinam


wireless sensor networks, cross layer design, Dynamic sleep scheduling, Asynchronous Energy Saving, Cross-layer interaction


In recent years, there has been growing interests in wireless sensor networks. Wireless sensor network is an autonomous system of sensor connected by wireless devices without any fixed infrastructure support . To meet the challenge paradigms of wireless sensor networks like Energy efficiency, Delay constraints, Reliability and adaptive mechanism the sensor nodes are enhanced with multimedia support. The Wireless multimedia sensor nodes (WMSN) enable to streamline the data that will control and monitor the industrial activities within the sensing area. The adaptive sleepless protocol will address the following issues: First, this protocol mainly designed for desired packet delivery and delay probabilities while reducing the energy consumption of the network. Second, this protocol is based on demand based dynamic sleep scheduling scheme for data communication. In this packets are transmitted through the cross layer interaction. In this cross layer interaction enables to reach a maximum efficiency.


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How to Cite

Markco, M., & Radha, D. (2024). Throughput Maximization for Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks in Industrial Applications. COMPUSOFT: An International Journal of Advanced Computer Technology, 3(06), 925–931. Retrieved from



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