NS2 Wireless Simulation Projects

Wireless network provide communication through wireless channels. We use best simulation tool, NS2 to design and implement wireless network. We offer NS2 wireless simulation projects for undergraduate and post graduate engineering students. We implement NS2 simulation tool to simulate all various protocols in wired and wireless communication. To develop new application we apply NS2 which composed of huge libraries for final year projects. We implement various research based wireless projects in NS2. We evaluate and analysis various protocols in more than 110+ project which performed by network simulator 2.


SHORT Protocol:

We use shortest hop routing Tree protocol (SHORT) to retrieve useful data from wireless sensor network which transfer it to base station and ensure energy efficiency. By using SHORT we can select node with high residual energy. We adopt SHORT routing protocol to enhance proper routing with minimum delay. Time sensitive application in wireless sensor network requires frequent data collection which is a major task in wireless sensor network. SHORT ensure good performance in network lifetime, energy efficiency and throughput.



We adopt Extending Lifetime of Cluster Head routing protocol based on IEEE papers which is a self configuration and hierarchical routing and is implemented in wireless sensor network. Cluster head selections collect various network nodes and there are equally distributed. We use ELCH protocol to built cluster based on radioradius and number of cluster members. It fully described based on sensor votes from neighbor to choose suitable cluster head.



We use Energy Efficient Cluster Formation Protocol which elect node with higher energy as cluster head and rotates for each round to balance energy consumption and to reduce energy for cluster formation. We adopt EECFP as randomized, self configured, adaptive and localized control based cluster formation protocol in wireless communication. We also use this protocol for data aggregation and data compression technique.



Most M.E students are deploying BCDCP protocol in wireless network projects. We use Base Station Controlled Dynamic Clustering Protocol (BCDCP) as centralized routing protocol to distribute energy dissipation among all sensor nodes in WSN. By this process we can improve network lifetime and average energy savings. Base station receives residual energy of each node and compute average energy level of all nodes. Node with higher residual energy chosen as cluster head. Cluster head noder permits other node to spend less energy.



We use Equalized Cluster Head Election Routing Protocol (ECHERP) which is an energy conservation protocol for clustering process. In this protocol, we select node with higher energy as cluster head for instant time. New cluster head depend on current and estimated future node residual energy. Residual energy selected by number of rounds as cluster head to enhance network lifetime.



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