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Collisionless Data Transmission to Improve Throughput Using Additive Links On-line Hawaii Area Technique With Timeslot Communication


  • Department of Computer Science and Engineering, St. Peter’s University, Chennai - 600054, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Shri Andal Alagar College of Engineering, Chennai - 603111, Tamil Nadu, India
  • Department of Computer Science and Engineering, St. Mary’s Group of Institutions Hyderabad - 508284, Telangana, India


The wireless sensor network forms a topology and transmits data reverse to the information collectors. Objectives: The cost and performance are optimized to check the throughput rate that should improve the data transmission rate. Based on the information flow tracking, the data dependencies among information objects should be reduced. Tags should be associated with input nodes and elevate the processing on output node data. Methods: The method is presented in this paper: the individual nodes communicate with the server in collision free mode and improve the strength of data transmission rate with reliable and compatible data. The network topology control is to uphold the data propagation and improve the network connectivity to provide reliable service. Findings: The network system is evaluated for altering the statistics arrival rate (as percentage) of the server node that arrive each second, and the number of requests waiting in the buffer as demonstrated in graphical presentation. Improvements: ALOHA mechanism is competent technique to synchronize the node intermediate access among the contending nodes in the network.


ALOHA, Collision-less Data, Network Encoding, Throughput Improvement, Timeslot Communication (TSC).

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