Energy Efficiency and Traffic Pattern Discovery for Wireless Sensor Networks

SIDDILA KUSUMA, P RAMA KRISHNA

Abstract


Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs) are regularly framed by the joint effort of the expansive measure of insignificant sensor nodes, which are associated through a wireless medium. In wireless sensor organize, security is a fundamental position in well-lit of its utilization in applications like monitoring, tracking, controlling, surveillance etc. Secure correspondence is greatly critical in conveying key data precisely and on the time through asset imperative sensor nodes. In this paper, our commitment is triple. Firstly, we have outlined the system layer routing assaults on WSNs. Also, we have given a scientific categorization of secure routing protocols of WSNs. Thirdly, we have given a subjective correlation of existing secure routing protocols. This situation is practically equivalent to conveying US Mail through USPS: express sends cost more than customary sends; be that as it may, sends can be conveyed quicker. The convention additionally gives a secure message conveyance alternative to amplify the message conveyance proportion under antagonistic assaults. What's more, we likewise give quantitative secure investigation on the proposed routing convention in light of the criteria proposed. In this way, unauthenticated individual can't get to the first information. By along these lines, the convention gives a secure message conveyance alternative to augment the message conveyance proportion under ill-disposed assaults.


Keywords


RCS; Sensor; Energy; Routing; Wireless Sensor Network;

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