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LEACH, Low-Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy, is an application-specific protocol architecture for Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). It has become one of the bases for developing new architecture protocols or modifying the existing one in WSN.
It is an adaptive and self-organizing protocol that minimizes the energy consumption in WSN. The underlying idea behind LEACH is the use of randomized rotation of the aggregators so that energy dissipation is shared evenly among all participating sensor nodes. LEACH is suitable only for smaller networks where Cluster Head Nodes communication with Base Station (BS) directly, that’s why we use LEACH in each independent cluster-like networks.
While I keep updating this article, here is my current presentation about Understanding LEACH protocol.
The mobile sales has surpassed the PC sales in 2011 (see the projected PC and mobile sales thru 2013 below, which has come true) and the market is still going exponential for smartphones and tablets. Looks like era of Desktop PCs and Notebook PCs has been just archived, we know traditional desktop and notebook PCs can never expire tho’.
The savvy IT organization today realizes that this trend is happening and that IT can lead, follow, or become road kill. – IDC
Chooing one best simulating software among many options is really a hard part of your research job. While some researchers like to study and find a simulator for their need before they design and model an architecture, others on the hand work out for the simulator or emulator while it is needed in course of study. On this article, we try to figure out some of the possible and realistic approach to find the best matched and available network simulator for your design. Even though we use the term ‘network simulator’ this guide should equally apply for all types of simulators used in academics.
Many commercial network simulation tools have excessively feature loaded functions but costs a lot, so maybe we can focus on free and open source network simulation softwares. At the end of this article are some really useful Journal papers to help you determine and study comparison made among some network simulators. Also don’t forget to check out an article on comparison of different network simulation tools.
Middleware extensibility and integration modeling of your research findings can be understood only by yourself perspicuously. Hence, you need to compare which network simulator does the best job for you. Network modeling and simulation is possible in all of the following simulators.
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