Network of Low Energy Adaptive Clustering Protocols
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The principal challenge facing the researcher in a WSN (Wireless Sensor Network) is the battery life (node power). This article explores the general structure for a WN (Wireless Network) distributed multichip process. Block-based routing protocols such as the Adaptive Low Energy Block Hierarchy (LEACH), the Hybrid Energy Efficiency Protocol (HEEP), the Threshold Responsive Energy Efficiency Network (TEEN), and PEGASIS effectively control energy usage. However, in order to achieve better energy efficiency these procedures need to be closely examined and revised. The article focuses on the LEACH protocol, where the Cluster Head (CH) selection process is called 'round' (r). The setup process costs for each round and Network stable state. Based on the observation of LEACH and its derivatives, the researcher suggests a view focused on the Energy Model (EM). To balance power in the grid, EM is added to both CH and non-CH nodes. © 2020 IEEE.