Strategy Relate to Congestion Control Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks


  • Dr. Anamol Chand Jain Kalicharan PG College, University of Lucknow, Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India



wireless sensor, congestion control, congestion


Numerous sensor nodes make up a wireless sensor network, and when an event occurs, these nodes become active transmitters, increasing data flow. Congestion arises as a result of a high data transmission volume and limited bandwidth. This causes packets to be delayed or even dropped, wasting the node's energy. To control traffic at a reasonable level, a congestion control plan is required. The performance metrics, benefits, and drawbacks of cross-layer based techniques, as well as network, transport, and data link layer techniques, are reviewed in this study.


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How to Cite

Dr. Anamol Chand Jain. (2024). Strategy Relate to Congestion Control Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks. Applied Science and Biotechnology Journal for Advanced Research, 3(1), 26–31.