Networking Projects for Final Year Students
Implementing Networking Projects
Networking Projects for Final Year Students is a network simulator to build any convenience program with various library functions. We develop network based application in LINUX or UNIX based environments. We offer Networking projects for final year students NS3 ensure an idea to develop projects in networking with NS3 simulation. We developed cluster based protocol in NS3 simulation. We implement protocol such as LEACH, TLLEACH, PEACH and EEHC in Networking Projects for final year students. We provide NS3 tool to evaluate & analysis various network protocol performance.
We develop PEACH a power efficient and adaptive clustering hierarchy protocol for wireless sensor network from Springer papers. We design PEACH protocol to minimize node energy consumption in network. We perform cluster formation in PEACH by overhearing characteristics of wireless communication. We support adaptive multilevel clustering and avoid network overhead. Overhearing nodes reorganize source and destination packets transmitted by neighbor node. We apply PEACH in location aware and location unaware wireless network referred to save network energy.
We provide TL-LEACH (two level hierarch LEACH which is an extension of LEACH protocol for B.TECH students in this algorithm we take two level cluster head such as primary and secondary cluster head. Primary cluster head ensure communication with secondary and in turn secondary ensure communication to sub cluster. We perform data fusion in TL-Leach protocol. We form cluster communication by time slots. TL-Leach reduce node amount in wireless communication we perform communication in source node by:
- Secondary nodes collect data from cluster & perform data fusion.
- Primary nodes collect data from respective secondary cluster.
We provide energy efficient hierarchical clustering is a distributed, randomized clustering algorithm for WSN. We collect data by CH from non cluster head node in various clusters & send aggregate report to base station. EEHC perform operation in two phases are:
- Initial phase.
- Extended phase.
First stage referred as simple level clustering, every sensor node declares itself as CH and creates communication to neighbor nodes. We named cluster head as volunteer CH within a transmission range, all node receive announcement directly or forwarding any node which receive announcement not a CH and then joined to closest cluster.
We developed more than 100+ projects in distributed energy balanced clustering (DEBC) related to distributed energy balanced clustering for sensor network. We implement DEBC as cluster, select cluster head, select cluster sender & determine route to reduce energy consumption of network. We use this protocol to collect data from distributed sensor nodes & transmit sensed data to base station using single hop or multihop communication we process DEBC network as circular. Every node receives data from previous neighbor & aggregate own data during transmission.