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Authenticated Channel Aware Encryption For Wireless Sensor Network
|S.Velmurugan*, P.M. Rubesh Anand,Diana Aloshius, AarthiAvanthiga Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Hindustan University, Chennai, India|
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Wireless sensor network (WSN) is a collection of sensors organized into a cooperative network. Security and energy consumptionsare considered to be long-lasting technical challenges in WSNs as sensors usually suffer from complexity and energy constraints.In order to avoid the security and energy consumption problems, we propose Channel Aware Encryption along with Key management technique. The core function of exchanging and sharing a secret key between two endpoints is the methodology used in secure key management and it is one of the most critical elements need to be more concerned while integrating cryptographic functions into the system. The proposed work is to apply key pre-distribution schemes for securing and allocating the routes for data transmission from sensor nodes to Ally Fusion Center (AFC). The source node transmits its data to the Ally Fusion Center only through the relay nodes which are having the maximum authentication key value since the key is generated by considering the energy of a node and the distance between two nodes.