Analysis and Design of EAMMH Protocol in WSN

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Dr. Vijay Kumar


Environmental and bioprocess monitoring are some of the areas where the development of sensors has benefited most, particularly biosensors and networks of sensors. The replacement of sensor nodes with very fewer power sources is difficult and sensor life depends on the electricity supply. The energy-efficient routing protocol is important to reduce energy consumption. Therefore, it is essential to design the energy-efficient routing protocol. For WSNs a lot of routing protocol is planned. WSN routing is a very challenging job because of the inherent characteristics of the WSNs. Some common problems occurred are Coverage which indicates how well a sensor in a wireless network is monitored or tracked. Location evaluation problem is the main challenge is assessing the actual wireless network node position. Energy consumption addresses the problem that the energy consumed in the WSN is used to transmit and receive data compared with data collection and treatment. The project aims at implementing and understanding energy-efficient network algorithms for node grouping by wireless sensors. One of the major design problems for a sensor network is energy conservation in each sensor node. Wireless sensor networks are essential for increasing network life. In this respect, numerous routing algorithms were developed. Of such classification algorithms, the efficiency of the nodes thereof has become important when it comes to the network life. Clustering is an efficient way to extend the existence of a network of wireless sensors. In this paper, she contrasts two popular routing protocols, namely LEACH and EAMMH, for several general scenarios and a brief study of the effects of simulation against known energy and net life metrics. This paper presents the conclusions and findings from the outcomes of analyses of these protocols. Clustering-based routing protocol is a well-known way to increase life in WSN. In order to decrease the amount of data transmission, the clustering concept of a routing is based on the information aggregation mechanism to minimize the power dissipation of communication and in effect to achieve energy savings for sensor nodes.

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