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REVIEW ON ENERGY-EFFICIENT HIERARCHICAL ROUTING PROTOCOLS FOR WSN

Publication Date : 22/09/2015



Author(s) :

AMIT.V.KACHAVIMATH , A.K.CHIKARADDI.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 9
(09 - 2015)



Abstract :

Rapid advances in Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) indicate that they are becoming increasingly complex. Consequently users and applications are becoming more demanding. Due to unique characteristics of WSNs, like small dimensions and limited resources and capabilities, Energy consumption is imposed as one of the key factors. WSNs are becoming the primary research field for many researchers. Because of some hardware problems, especially with respect to energy supply and miniaturization, Energy efficiency is a major concern in WSNs. As sensor nodes are typically battery powered, the energy usages has to be carefully managed in order to prolong the lifetime of the system. This paper gives an overview of Energy efficient protocol for WSNs. It can provide efficient saving of energy that appropriately takes into account. Entire sensor nodes are battery powered devices. Energy consumption of nodes during transmission or reception of packets affects the life-time of the entire network. To make routing, energy efficient protocols like LEACH and PEGASIS were developed. Different routing protocols are compared based on metrics such as mobility support, stability, overlapping sensor size, cost, power, routing and capacity of wireless networks. The study concludes with the recommendations to the future direction in the energy efficiency model for the sensor networks.  


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