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Yousaf, S., Ahmed, S., Akbar, M., Javaid, N., Khan, Z. A. and Qasim, U. (2014) Incremental Relay-Based Co-Cestat Protocol for Wireless Body Area Networks. In Broadband and Wireless Computing, Communication and Applications (BWCCA), 2014 Ninth International Conference on IEEE, Guangdong, China, November 2014, 113-119.

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  • TITLE: Design and Performance Analysis of DSS (Dual Sink Based Scheme) Protocol for WBASNs

    AUTHORS: Abdul Ahad, Saud Al Faisal, Farzand Ali, Bahlool Jan, Niamat Ullah

    KEYWORDS: WBASNs, Network Life Time, End-to-End Delay, Throughput, Energy Consumption, AnyCasting, RSSI

    JOURNAL NAME: Advances in Remote Sensing, Vol.6 No.4, November 23, 2017

    ABSTRACT: After a large improvement in health care services, Wireless Body Area Sensor Network (WBASN) is used in different fields where health care monitoring can be done continuously and from a distance. Many selected protocols are given in literature work which can improve the performance of WBASN by focusing on delay, routing and energy efficiency. In our research, we will focus on improving throughput, network life time, and decrease end-to-delay. In given research, the two sink nodes utilized and AnyCasting concept will be used. Dual Sinks based Scheme (DSS) for WBASN will be compared with existing DARE, SIMPLE, LAEEBA and M-ATTEMPT protocols. DSS performance found more efficient than DARE, SIMPLE, LAEEBA and M-ATTEMPT respectively in throughput. From results, DSS network life time is greater than DARE, SIMPLE, LAEEBA and M-ATTEMPT with minimum delay. In DSS, energy parameter is in tradeoff with the improved parameters, because of a computation of RSSI which do more process and utilize more energy.