Efficient Routing Scheme for Mobile Wireless Sensor Networks using Hybrid multi-hop LEACH

( Vol-4,Issue-5,May 2017 ) OPEN ACCESS

Mr Mallikarjun Mugli, Dr A. M. Bhavikatti


LEACH, Mobile Data Collector, Energy Efficient and Hierarchical routing protocol.


A Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) consists of spatially distributed autonomous sensors connected via a (wireless) communications infrastructure to cooperatively monitor, record and store physical or environmental conditions, such as temperature, sound, vibration, pressure, motion or pollutants. This makes it more popular in emerging technologies that are used in our daily life. While WSNs have many benefits, there are also a few drawbacks. A big area of research into WSNs has concentrated on creating routing protocols that are energy efficient. It is a tremendous challenge to design routing protocols for applications of WSNs, which are mobility centric and energy efficient; because of network topology is often being changed. The concept of clustering offers more benefit than the other flat based routing protocols. A common side-effect of the many-to-one traffic pattern is the hot spot issue, which characterizes the majority of wireless sensor networks: nodes having the optimal path to the sink become overloaded with traffic from all other areas of the network which cause it to lose energy at a faster rate than the other nodes. This research work is aimed at evaluating and validating the proposed Mobile Data Collector-based routing protocol (MDC maximum residual energy LEACH) with A Novel Application Specific Network Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks routing protocol (Hybrid multi-hop LEACH). A computer simulation was employed to obtain the results that have indicated an improvement in the overall energy efficiency of the network.

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