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Low-Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy (LEACH) is one of the most popular distributed cluster-based routing protocols in wireless sensor networks. Clustering algorithm of the LEACH is simple but offers no guarantee about even distribution of cluster heads over the network. And it assumes that each cluster head transmits data to sink over a single hop. In(More)
Typically, sensor networks consist of fixed sensor nodes. Sometimes, creating such a fixed sensor networks could be a daunting task. Sensor nodes assume deploying a stationary sensor network over a dangerous area such as a battlefield. Even if an advanced method to make the deployment safer is used, diverse element will cause a coverage holes. Even though(More)
Energy consumption, in a wireless sensor network, is one of the most important issues because each sensor node has a limited energy level. If all nodes, in a dense sensor network, become involved in sensing, redundancy will be increased and this will lead to consumption of unnecessary energy. In this paper, a topology configuration method that guarantees(More)
In legacy 802.11e, It proposed polling for transmitting allocated TXOP for real-time traffic and proposed multi-polling to reduce overhead and transmit similar data type which exist different frame, together. In existing multi-polling method, they first allocate CBR traffic that became admission control, and then allocate VBR traffic. However, this method(More)
Energy consumption is one of the most crucial issues in wireless sensor networks since sensor nodes are commonly battery-driven. Recently, several aggregation methods have been proposed to save energy by reducing the number of transmissions from source to the sink. They assumed a single sink for aggregation of data. In this paper, we propose an aggregation(More)
Existing routing protocols such as AODV were used to simplify the shortest path metric. It assumes that all link quality must be the same. It does not consider link quality such as bandwidth, packet loss rate, packet size, etc. Several performance metrics that consider different link quality for WMNs such as ETX and ETT. Although, these metrics can provide(More)
Wireless sensor networks have many sensor nodes with a limited energy in a limited area. One of key issues in wireless sensor networks is to prolong the network lifetime. In this paper, we propose a scheme to construct an energy-efficient cluster structure in wireless sensor networks. Our scheme considers both the residual energy of sensor nodes and the(More)
A Mobile Ad-hoc Network (MANET) is actually a set of nodes which are self-configured and organized dynamically. Furthermore, nodes can communicate with each other without any fixed infrastructure as the base stations. The Ad-hoc On demand Distance Vector (AODV) is the most typical reactive routing protocol in MANET. It has been extensively studied through(More)