Vol. 3, Issue 1 (2018)
An energy management method (ESEAHP) study report for clustered heterogeneous WSNs
Author(s): Prachi Tiwari, Dr. Mohit Gangwar
Abstract: Major issues in wireless sensors network is reducing network life time and increasing the number of dead nodes. Number of dead node depends on supervision of the energy saving in each sensor’s node .Research in this field is to increase network lifetime and also increase the number of alive node. There are many algorithms in wireless sensor network but best is clustering based algorithm. Clustering based algorithm is increase a lot of significance in decreasing the number of dead nodes of each network. This research paper proposed “Energy Sensitive Energy Alert Hierarchical Protocol” (ESEAHP) protocol technique in which every sensor node has energy levels of heterogeneity ordered network which autonomously selects itself as a cluster head.CH based on its initial energy relative to that of other nodes. The network life was increased as compared to increase and decrease in number of alive and dead nodes respectively. Increased throughput due to two type of Nodes heterogeneity and decrease in throughput due to threshold sensitivity. This paper proposed algorithm, in which work will be comparing with five different protocols namely The L-LEACH, D-LEACH, Improve W-LEACH and W-LEACH. This work will be analysis and simulation with taken two different case in which we put the value of Node Inner Energy 2 J and Node Inner Energy 0.9J, and compared with four different parameters. This work is concluded that our protocol ESEAHP will achieve better results in small as well as large sized networks. So from it is clear that our proposed protocols ESEAHP is superior than all other protocols discussed.