May 2014
Journal of Theoretical & Applied Information Technology;5/31/2014, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p654
Academic Journal
A highly distributed network with number of nodes deployed in a wide area for the accumulation and transmission of information perceived by monitoring the environment to the remote base station and facilitation analysis is the Wireless Sensor Network. Sensor nodes are highly power limited leading to depletion in a short span of time. The main challenge defamation is in designing a routing mechanism with efficient energy utilization, minimal delay and the network life time is high. In this paper we propose a routing protocol and data gathering using linear chain and binary combining schemes where the sensor nodes configure the cluster. The linear chaining is the communication and data gathering, aggregation is happening only through the Cluster Head. We develop an energy-efficient chaining algorithm which uses a sequence of insertions to add the least amount of energy consumption to the whole chain. It consumes less power compared to the closest neighbor node.


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