Research on Routing Protocol for Large-scale Wireless Sensor Networks

Zhang, Kai; Jin, Min
March 2014
Applied Mechanics & Materials;2014, Issue 511-512, p146
Academic Journal
Aimed at the application characteristics of the large-scale WSN, a new clustering routing protocol LEACH_CHMST is proposed in this paper. The multi-hop strategy for cluster-heads communication has been introduced instead of the one-hop strategy in LEACH, and a minimum spanning tree of cluster-head is established, in which the routes from all cluster-heads to sink are found.


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