Energy Efficient, Power Based, Secured Routing Method for Wireless Sensor Network
|Swetha.G 1, Anantha Lakshmi E2, Uma N3
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A wireless sensor network is a data communication system that consists of from several to thousands of tiny wireless sensor nodes. These battery-powered sensor nodes cooperate with each other to accomplish data transmission. A variety of wireless sensor networks have been developed for different applications in the recent years. In this paper, a data routing protocol that is energy efficient for secure data transmission in wireless sensor networks is proposed. This paper chooses hop counts and battery power as metrics in order to conserve as much energy as possible. We use Shamir’s secret sharing and choose the minimum hop path to deliver the data. The battery power of the sensors is chosen to route data randomly to achieve secure data transmission in a wireless sensor network with compromised nodes.