A CIRCUMSTANTIAL ANALYSIS ON EVIDENCE AND GEOLOGICAL INFORMATION BASED ROUTING PROTOCOL INUNDERWATER SENSOR NETWORKS

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  • Mr. B. Anandha Mathavan , Mr. A.Shenbagharaman , Dr. B.Shunmugapriya , Mr. K.Rajkumar

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2023.14.S01.139

Abstract

In recent days, underwater wireless sensor networks (UWSNs) are now a prominent topic for research. These systems may
perform a variety of submarine tasks, like tidal, acoustic, hydrological, and seabed navigation. UWSNs, however, are subject
to a number of restrictions and objections, such as significant sea intrusion and noise, lengthy propagation latency, a limited
radio spectrum, graphical model architecture, and energy storage restrictions for sensor nodes. The creation of network
topologies is one approach to solving these issues. Information may be efficiently sent across the system from the expert
node to the target node using a communication scheme. The submarine routing protocols for UWSNs are examined in this
paper. Existing underground route accords may be categorized into three types and they are energy based , data based and
geographic based protocols. In this paper we have discussed the evidence-established and geological information-established
covenants. In addition, we discuss underwater routing methods' research obstacles and potential possibilities, which can aid
future exploration.

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— Updated on 2023-02-01

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A CIRCUMSTANTIAL ANALYSIS ON EVIDENCE AND GEOLOGICAL INFORMATION BASED ROUTING PROTOCOL INUNDERWATER SENSOR NETWORKS. (2023). Journal of Pharmaceutical Negative Results, 1007-1033. https://doi.org/10.47750/pnr.2023.14.S01.139