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S VIJAYA SELVAN

2016610041
WSN
Why Time synchronization
necessary in WSN ?
To maintain DATA consistency
To Coordination between Head node
and slave nodes
Power Management
Security
Data fusion and Scheduling
Time synchronization in WSN
In time synchronization to synchronize clocks of nodes
with low energy use and in short time in WSNs
The reduction of the number of transmissions and on
the message forwarding amongst sensor nodes.
The EETS (Energy-Efficient Time Synchronization)
method decreases the number of messages for the time
synchronization and the messages could be rapidly
passed through the network.
Additionally, the WSNs are finally able to save energy.
Approaches in time
synchronization
Sender to Receiver (S2R)
This approach perform before
Synchronization
Receiver to Receiver(R2R)
S2R -Approach
Phases
Level discovery Phase
Synchronization Phase
Different types of Protocol
Reference Broadcast synchronization
Protocol(RBS)
Time Sync Protocol for Sensor Networks(TPSN)
Flooding Time synchronization Protocol(FTSP)
Energy Efficient Time Synchronization(EETS)
Why EETS
Time synchronization between head node
and other nodes by sending messages.

LESS MESSAGES =REDUCE POWER


COMSUMPTION
EETS
EETS (Energy-Efficient Time
Synchronization for Wireless Sensor
Networks)
Decrease the number of messages between
sensor nodes.
It saves energy more efficiently than other
Delays
The major sources of the delay
send time
access time
propagation time and receive time.
EETS (ENERGY-EFFICIENT TIME
SYNCHRONIZATION)
EETS (Energy-Efficient Time Synchronization)
based on the S2R approach.
Time calculation
Local clock offset during the message exchange
between nodes is constant