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The Comparison of Performance Hierarchical Routing Protocols in Wide Area Sensor Field
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The Comparison of Performance Hierarchical Routing Protocols in Wide Area Sensor Field
Park, SeaYoung; Jung, KyeDong; Lee, Jong-Yong;
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Studies have been made for the wireless sensor network protocols by a number of researchers to date. In particular, the studies as to the hierarchical protocol LEACH algorithm was concentrated. Various studies have been derived for the performance of the protocol is based on the LEACH protocol have been made. Improved algorithms have been proposed continuously. On the other hand, The performance comparison and evaluation of the improved algorithm is insufficient. Therefore, we compared the performance for the ML-LEACH (Multi Hop-Layered) and DL-LEACH (Dual Hop-Layered) been derived mainly LEACH. scalability, energy consumption, CH elected, network lifetime were selected as a Performance evaluation items.
WSN(Wireless Sensor Network);BSN(Body Sensor Network);Routing Protocol;Performance;comparison;LEACH;ML-LEACH;DL-LEACH;
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