Design and Comparison of LEACH and Improved Centralized LEACH in Wireless Sensor Network

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Pratiksha Mishra
Satish Kumar Alaria
Prakash Dangi

Abstract

A WSN consists of a setup of sensor nodes/motes which perceives the environment under monitoring, and transfer this information through wireless links to the Base Station (BS) or sink. The sensor nodes can be heterogeneous or homogeneous and can be mobile or stationary. The data gathered is forwarded through single/multiple hops to the BS/sink. In this paper, propose improvements to LEACH routing protocol to reduce energy consumption and extend network life. LEACH Distance Energy (LEACH-DE) not only selects the cluster head node by considering that the remaining energy of the node is greater than the average remaining energy level of the nodes in the network, but also selects the cluster head node parameters based on the geometric distance between the candidate node and the BS. The simulation results show that the algorithm proposed in this work is superior to LEACH and LEACH-C (Centralized) in terms of energy saving and extending the lifetime of wireless sensor networks.

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Mishra, P. ., S. K. . Alaria, and P. . Dangi. “Design and Comparison of LEACH and Improved Centralized LEACH in Wireless Sensor Network”. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication, vol. 9, no. 5, May 2021, pp. 34-39, doi:10.17762/ijritcc.v9i5.5478.
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