In this paper, we create a network for IoT applications that able to reduce power to a minimum. The system uses a combination of objective function zero and the modified E-Trickle (ME-Trickle) algorithm to reduce power usage. The design and simulation are conducted with the Contiki OS, Cooja simulator. The system performance is evaluated based on the parameters of power consumption, packet delivery ratio, latency, and convergence time on the network. The proposed system in the simulation result can reduce the convergence time by 15%, power consumption by 8%, and latency by 9%. This system also continues to provide efficient performance with an average PDR of 93.8%. The simulation concluded that MRHOF provides better performance in network quality, whereas OF0 has a faster network convergence and consumes less power than MRHOF. Therefore, the use of ME-Trickle and OF0 will be appropriate for network scenarios with limited resources.
|Number of pages||13|
|Journal||International Journal of Intelligent Engineering and Systems|
|Publication status||Published - Aug 2021|
- Objective function zero
- Power consumption
- Routing protocol