# Shortcut Tree Routing using Neighbor Table in ZigBee Wireless Networks

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3 International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) protocol follow only parent and child relationship for routing, avoiding neighbor nodes. Therefore, packets may be routed through several hops towards the destination within sender s 1- hop transmission range. Figure 1 explains the example of described problem. In Figure 1, the packet from the source node to the root node following the parent node, and goes back to the destination. In such a way, 4 hops are needed to reach the destination. However, if the source node sends the packet directly to the destination, it needs 1 hop routing cost. In many cases, the routing overhead of tree routing algorithm cannot be avoided if only parent child relationships are considered in the routing. Figure 1 Problem of Tree Routing IV. SHORTCUT TREE ROUTING The proposed scheme shortcut tree routing algorithm that improves existing ZigBee tree routing by using the neighbour table. The proposed algorithm basically follows ZigBee tree routing algorithm, but chooses neighbor nodes as next hop nodes if the routing cost to the destination can be decreased. The neighbor table use in the proposed algorithm is defined in the ZigBee specification, so don t need to make an effort to search neighbor list. In order to choose the next hop node that can decrease the routing cost, the remaining hop count from the next hop node to the destination is computed by using all the neighbor nodes including parent and children nodes. In Figure 2, STR computes the remaining tree hops from the next hop node to the destination by using neighbor nodes, and selects the S as the source node to transmit a packet to the destination D. In the Figure 2, the route cost can be minimized if the sender transmits the data directly to the destination. The main idea of STR is that can compute the remaining tree hops from an arbitrary source to a destination using ZigBee address hierarchy and tree structure. In other words, the remaining tree hops can be calculated by using tree levels of source node, destination node, and their common ancestor node, because the packet from the source node goes up to the common ancestor, contains an address of the destination, and goes down to the destination in All rights Reserved 294

4 International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) Figure 2 Shortcut Tree Routing The shortcut tree routing algorithm identifies the next hop node which has the minimum remaining hop count for the given destination. Because the proposed algorithm follows basically the ZigBee tree routing, the parent or child node is selected as the next hop node. The next hop node selected based on minimum routing cost. The remaining routing cost is calculated by using remaining hop count to the destination assuming that the packet goes to the ZigBee tree routing. The hierarchical address structure is used for calculating remaining hop count. By comparing whether the address of a neighbor node that is in the address space [4] that contains the destination address in each level, find the root of the common sub-tree that contain neighbor node and the destination node. The next hop node that has the minimum remaining routing cost of all the neighbors, including parent and children nodes. If there is no neighbour node that has smaller remaining hop count than the parent or child node, the next hop node is determined by the normal ZigBee tree routing. The STR uses only small range and small number of participating nodes. So instead of calculating route dynamically by using control packets a set of predefined paths can be used for forwarding packets. STR has a limitation the routing path may not be always an optimal one in an aspect of the end-toend hop distance as next hop node is selected based on 1-hop neighbor table. Maintaining 2-hop neighbor information requires high protocol overhead with high node density. Therefore in order to provide a resource efficient routing protocol as per memory consumption and routing overhead STR is used. V. RESULTS In this section, comparison shown between the AODV, Zigbee Tree routing and Shortcut Tree Routing. Figure 3 shows that the comparison with number of nodes over the packet delivery ratio. STR and AODV show high packet delivery ratio about 70 percent even in the 300 nodes, since the routing paths are short enough not to interfere each other and the routing paths are distributed through the neighbor nodes as All rights Reserved 295

5 End to End Delay Packet Delivery Ratio International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) AODV STR ZTR The number of nodes Figure 3 Comparison of Packet Delivery Ratio Figure 4 shows that the comparisons with number of nodes over the end to end delay. End-to-end delay is mainly affected by the hop distance between the source node and a destination node. Whereas ZTR shows long end-to-end delay about ms, STR and AODV show short end-to end delay about 18 and 15 ms per session The number of nodes AODV STR ZTR Figure 4 Comparison of End to End Delay Figure 5 illustrates the routing overhead measurement wherein AODV overhead was increased exponentially due to route request queue that floods the whole network. STR and ZTR acts according to the Zigbee standard protocol and has no or very less routing overhead with the network density has least effect on All rights Reserved 296

6 Routing Overhead(packets) International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Research (IJMTER) AODV STR ZTR The number of nodes Figure 5 Comparison of Routing Overhead VI. CONCLUSION In this paper identify the detour path problem and traffic concentration problem of the ZTR. These are the fundamental problems of the tree routing protocols, which cause the overall network performance degradation. The ZigBee tree routing is used in many resource-limited devices and applications, since it does not require any routing table and route discovery overhead to forward a packet to the destination. However, the ZigBee tree routing has the fundamental limitation that a packet uses the tree topology; thus, it cannot provide the optimal routing path. To avoid these problems, propose STR uses the neighbour table, originally defined in the ZigBee standard. In STR, each node can find the optimal next hop node based on the remaining hops to the destination. STR reduces the traffic load concentrated on the tree links and provides an efficient routing path. The network simulations show that STR provides the comparable routing performance than AODV and ZTR. The number of hops is limited due to the small range and small number of participating nodes. So instead of calculating route dynamically by using control packets a set of predefined paths can be used for forwarding packets. REFERENCES [1] ZigBee Alliance, ZigBee Specification, 2009 [2] D. Han and J. Lim, Smart Home Energy Management System Using IEEE and [3] ZigBee, IEEE Trans. Consumer Electronics, vol. 56, no. 3, pp , Oct [4] S. Chen etal., A Reliable Transmission Protocol for ZigBee-Based Wireless Patient Monitoring, IEEE Trans. Information Technology in Biomedicine, vol. 16, no. 1, pp. 6-16, Nov [5] Chakeres, AODVjr, AODV Simplified, ACM SIGMOBILE Mobile Computing and Comm. Rev., vol. 6, pp , [6] C.E. Perkins and P. Bhagwat, Highly Dynamic Destination- Sequenced Distance-Vector Routing (DSDV) for Mobile Computers, SIGCOMM Computer Comm. Rev., vol. 24, pp , 1994 [7] C.E. Perkins and E.M. Royer, Ad-Hoc on-demand Distance Vector Routing, Proc. IEEE Work shop Mobile Computer Systems and Applications, Feb [8] D.B. Johnson and D.A. Maltz, Dynamic Source Routing in Ad Hoc Wireless Networks, Mobile Computing, vol. 353, pp , [9] V.D. Park and M.S. Corson, A Highly Adaptive Distributed Routing Algorithm for Mobile Wireless Networks, Proc. IEEE INFOCOM 97, [10] W. Kiess and M. Mauve, A Survey on Real- World Implementations of Mobile Ad - Hoc Networks, Ad Hoc Networks, vol. 5, no. 3, pp , Apr. All rights Reserved 297

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