Energy Efficient Clustering to increase the Life Time of Strip Based Wireless Sensor Networks
Recent advancements in WSN have provided an efficient approach for real-time distributed data acquisition and monitoring. Frugal energy use by these networks is the key aspect for longevity, and consequent increased adoption. Strip WSNs are increasingly in use. A clustering protocol based on the residual energy of the nodes is proposed to reduce the energy intake and maximize the lifetime of strip sensor networks. Simulations are done and the outcomes expression that the enactment of the network lifetime has developed in terms of lifetime and average energy intake of the network.