DATA AGGREGATION USING TRANSMITTED POWER FUZZY LOGIC TECHNIQUES IN WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS
|S.Kannadhasan1 N.SivaKumar2 V.B Bhapith3 R.Ragavendra4
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Energy efficiency in wireless sensor network [WSN] is the highly important role for the researchers. Transmission power control is a highly powerful technique for minimize the interference and energy consumption in wireless sensor networks. Wireless Sensor Networks have many nodes are connected to the network to calculate the network performance like transmission power. The power consumption is directly related to the size and weight of the nodes. Secure data aggregation is a highly exigent chore in wireless sensor networks. Our paper proposed a secure data aggregation based on clustering techniques using fuzzy logic. The performs the clustering and cluster head process in a network. Each cluster are calculated the distance, power consumed and faith value. Based on these parameters the secure data aggregation using fuzzy logic techniques. After the aggregated data send from the cluster heads to the base stations. Our proposed work has less energy consumption to prolonging the increasing the network life time in wireless sensor networks.