STABILITY EFFICIENCY OF STABLE HETEROGENEOUS USING SEP FOR WSN

Shivani Kamboj , Dr. Ramesh Kait

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In this paper we define the wireless sensor network with heterogeneous nodes and some of these nodes become the cluster head and these cluster head transmit the data by using sink. In this paper we propose enhance the stability of heterogeneous nodes by using stable election protocol. In this network we break the network into two zones one is normal zone and another is advance zone. System installs a base station in the network. Under normal zone nodes are communicate directly and in the advance zone nodes are communicate by using cluster head.


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