A Self Dependable Protocol for Faulty sensor Networks in WSN


  • Dr. Anita Keshav Patil


In recent days, WSNs must be able to sustain network problems that occur during packet transmission. This will be accomplished by the incorporation of network monitoring and error evaluation procedures into the network deployment process. As the sensor's nodes Networks have limited an energy resource, which makes them challenging to implement in demanding environments such as medical, military, and aerospace. Additionally, they require assistance with energy resource optimization, routing, and node failure. As a result, the standard methods for energy optimization, node failure, and packet transmission cannot be used. A sensor network can be used for a wide number of applications with varying requirements and efficiency factors; however they frequently encounter issues such as erroneous data transmission, network failure, and node failure. To maintain the network's required efficiency, they must rely on themselves. This will be emphasized by the proposed Self-Dependable Protocol (SDP) for the WSN, which will be used to repair them. The protocol concentrated on identifying network failures, resolving them, and restoring the network to an error-free state. The SDP protocol's performance is compared to that of other previously defined research work utilising the MATLAB simulator.