A Circular Cache Layer Based Caching Algorithm in Wireless Sensor Network
Gurjeet Singh1, O. P Gupta2, B.K. Sawhney3, Salam Din4
1Gurjeet Singh, M. Tech Student, Department of CSE., School of Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, PAU, Ludhiana (Punjab), India.
2Dr. O. P. Gupta, Associate Professor, School of Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, PAU, Ludhiana (Punjab), India.
3Dr. (Mrs.) B.K. Sawhney, Associate Professor, School of Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, PAU, Ludhiana (Punjab), India.
4Er. Salam Din, Assistant Professor, School of Electrical Engineering & Information Technology, PAU, Ludhiana (Punjab), India.
Manuscript received on 21 July 2013 | Revised Manuscript received on 28 July 2013 | Manuscript published on 30 July 2013 | PP: 94-95 | Volume-2 Issue-3, July 2013 | Retrieval Number: C0725072313/2013©BEIESP
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Abstract: This technique proposes Circular Cache Layer Based (CCLA) Algorithm to divide the load of query from single cluster head1. All sensor nodes are commonly resource constrained and have limited amount of energy .In wireless sensor networks, BS (Base Station) is generally set away from the target area like base research. In base research single CH transmits data directly to BS. Single CH(cluster head) there is heavy load on CH because CH broadcast query to all nodes in cluster, receive data from nodes ,aggregate data, amplify signal and transmit to base station. So sensor nodes become dead after working as CH but in proposed technique there are two cluster heads CH1 and CH .CHs are not stationary means CHs changes within cluster according to available battery .CH2 is responsible for collecting data from sensor nodes, store this data and transmit to CH1 when required.CH2 contain data time bounded interval according to TTL (time to live) process CH1 transmit information to BS. This technique provides load balancing. In this research calculate average energy of CHs and number of time rounds in which sensor nodes become dead. Simulation results comparing with previous protocol prove that our new algorithm is able to extend the network lifetime observably.
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Scope of the Article: Wireless Communication