Threshold Sensitive Stable Election Multi-path Energy Aware Hierarchical Protocol for Clustered Heterogeneous Wireless Sensor Networks
Publication Date : 02/10/2017
In the current era the major issues in Technologies Generation is wireless sensors life time which is totally depend on management of the energy saving in each sensor Node. The active research in this field is free to improve network lifetime which is vital in (WSN) wireless sensor networks. Several algorithms have been developed out of which cluttering algorithms are increased a lot of significance in increasing the network sensor lifetime of each sensor Nodes. In this research paper a new protocol is developing with using two different protocols advantage property with removing disadvantage of each. Threshold Sensitive Stable Election Multi-Path Energy Aware Hierarchical Protocol (TSMEHP). where work define how this algorithm help to choose cluster head (CH) with help of energy model and how optimal number of clusters can be computed, here use three energy levels of heterogeneity, Regular Nodes, Active Nodes, Smart Nodes. where Smart Nodes having energy greater than all other Nodes, Active Nodes with energy in between Regular and Smart Nodes while remaining Nodes are Regular Nodes. Active Nodes can be chosen by using l, a fraction of Nodes which are Active Nodes and using the relation that energy of Regular Nodes is μ times more than that of Regular Nodes. This paper proposed an algorithm in which work will be comparing with Seven different protocols namely, DEEC, ESEP, LEACH, TEEN, SEP, EAMMH and TSEP with some general scenarios. This work will the analysis of simulation results and observations made with all these protocols are presenting overtakes regarding life time of sensing Nodes. In the protocols work use feather of TSEP protocols and EAMMH. Where TSEP is advance protocols which is combination of TEEN and SEP, which means TSEP is more superior to other protocols.
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