BRE-LEACH: An Advance LEACH Protocol to Increase Efficiency of WSN


  • Saurav Kumar Thakur,




The Wireless Network, abbreviated as (WSN), is a relatively new technology that is proving to be quite useful in commercial and defense applications wherein energy is now the most important component. This work introduces BRE-LEACH (Balanced Residual Energy-LEACH), a novel method for the LEACH (Low Energy Adaptive Clustering Hierarchy) algorithm. To improve lifetime of the network by reducing energy loss, three aspects must be considered: cluster heads, proximity to the BS (Base Station), and multi-hop. The fundamental factor in the cluster head (CH) choice technique is residual energy, which is used to make lower sensor networks serving as a CH since they require more energy than just a regular node. The BRE-LEACH determines the best route by selecting the CH with the highest residual energy and the highest efficiency to the BS as the roots CH, which clear and consistent from those other CHs and sends it to the BS. The inter is used by the furthest CHs to get to the core CH. Our suggested protocol, BRE-LEACH, extends communication range by 55.73 percent in comparison to the Leach algorithm, according to simulation findings in MATLAB.




How to Cite

Saurav Kumar Thakur,. (2021). BRE-LEACH: An Advance LEACH Protocol to Increase Efficiency of WSN. Journal of Research Proceedings, 1(2), 148–159. Retrieved from