Design and Assessment of Energy Efficient Routing Protocol in Wireless Sensor Network Using Optimized LEACH


  • Dr. Vijay Kumar


Wireless sensor systems consist of, for instance, independent sensors used to measure temperature, humidity, and physical and environmental conditions spatially distributed. These sensors transmit data to a dish. Due to the huge ability of sensor network to link the physical world to the vertical world, the popularity of Wireless Sensor Networks has enormously increased. Becoming a repetitive job since those devices rely on battery power and can be put in hostile environments. It is therefore necessary to improve the energy of these networks. These sensor nodes are typically used in remote areas where a constant energy supply can be a major problem. Battery sensors are thus usually controlled and their power consumption reduced. An energy-efficient optimising algorithm will prevent nodes from becoming abusive and smart battery power users. The protocols for optimising energy consumption in WSNs are most known protocols. ILEACH is one of the most effective between them.The research is based on application of meta heuristic method for efficiency enhancement of wireless sensor network. The cluster heads in a hierarchy are arranged to better optimise the lives of the WSN. Our Improved LEACH, in comparison with LEACH out performs it using metrics of cluster head formation, throughput and network life. Finally a brief performance analysis of LEACH, ILEACH and Improved proposed LEACH is undertaken considering metrics of figure of merits.