Indian Journal of Science and Technology
Year: 2016, Volume: 9, Issue: 30, Pages: 1-7
B. Kiranmayi* and K. Raghava Rao
Background/Objectives: In this paper, an enhanced Low Energy Aware Cluster Head (LEACH) Protocol is proposed. Methods/Statistical Analysis: We study an extension to a Grid-Based Network to identify an efficient block length for the regions. Simulations show that a higher transmission range and cluster head percentages were not efficient and a low cluster head percentage with a high transmission range is preferred. Findings: In this exploration, we concentrate on amplifying the life of the system, which has turned into a basic issue in sensor systems. Bunching of hubs with mixing of information to the group head gets to be one of the imperative intends to augment the future of the system. In the proposed work, we take a gander at the correspondence conventions that can significantly affect the general force dissemination of these systems. The simulation clarifies the effectiveness of our proposed work over its comparatives in phrases of network lifetime, average packet transmissions, cluster head choice rounds supported by means of average power consumption. In this kind of association, the hubs are organized in bunches where Cluster Heads (CHS) pass messages between your part hubs and the base station. Systems group pecking order might prompt harming assaults, particularly when these assaults are gone for CHS. Application/Improvements: The Low Energy Aware Cluster Head (LEACH) Protocol works in the lower energies. In high energies without reducing the network lifetime the data is transmitted in the nodes. We can further improve the transmission of data in different nodes.
Keywords: High Energy Nodes & Life Expectancy, Network Lifetime
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