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Secure Wireless Network Connectivity with Energy Aware Multipath Routing




Throughput, Battery Resource, Multiple Sink, Path Selection, Cluster Maintenance, Path Switching


wireless sensor networks the sender and receiver should sharing the message with secure and timely manner. Each node communicates through an intermediate node which is moving over the network. The nature of an intermediate or relay node should produce the throughput performance on entire network. We consider transmission of a confidential message from a source to a destination in a decentralized wireless network in the presence of randomly distributed packet droppers. In a WSN, sensor hubs convey sensed information once again to the sink through multihopping. The sensor hubs close to the sink will for the most part expend more battery force than others; therefore, these hubs will rapidly empty out their battery vitality and abbreviate the system lifetime of the WSN. Proposed an Energy-Aware Sink Relocation Method (EASR), which adopts the energy-aware direction- routing method for message relay. Due to the battery resource constraint, it is a critical issue to save energy in wireless sensor networks, particularly in large sensor networks. Possible solution is to deploy multiple sink nodes simultaneously. Propose a protocol called MRMS (Multipath Routing in large scale sensor networks with Multiple Sink nodes) which incorporates multiple sink nodes, a new path cost metric for improving path selection, dynamic cluster maintenance and path switching to improve energy efficiency. MRMS is shown to increase the lifetime of sensor nodes substantially compared to other algorithms based on a series of simulation experiments.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I41225
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 4
Publication Date: 01/07/2017
Page(s): 1668-1672

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