Wireless Sensor Network Energy Optimization in Smart Home Using LEACH Protocol: Comparative Study with CTP Routing Protocol

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    Advances in technology make it possible today to integrate, by low-cost, heterogeneous and wireless communicating multi-sensor objects. These intelligent sensors, also called wireless sensor networks (WSN), are used for monitoring and management in environments considered to be at risk or inaccessible such as smart homes. As a result, the sensor network efficiency is of major importance. Nevertheless, many constraints must be solved for wireless sensor networks like routing and energy management to extend the life of these networks. Thus, we suggest, in this paper, an optimization strategy based on the Leach protocol, under the OMNET ++ environment, in order to minimize the energy consumption in a WSN of a smart home. The simulation results show the effectiveness of the adopted strategy by comparing it to other algorithms particularly CTP protocol.

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Article ID: 22874
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i4.16.22874

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