IJMTES – SECURE LOCATION ALERT STRATEGY FOR MULTICASTING IN MOBILE AD HOC NETWORK

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : SECURE LOCATION ALERT STRATEGY FOR MULTICASTING IN MOBILE AD HOC NETWORK

Author’s Name : P.KaviyaPriyaunnamed

Volume 03 Issue 12 2016

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 123-126

Abstract – Secure Location Alert strategy (SLA) is a technique used to distribute information to the multiple nodes bounded by a exacting location. It mainly applied for alerting applications in (MANETs). Location identify process done between middleware of Publish/subscribe environment. In this paper introduce, creating attentiveness among mobile network to detect how many users are currently available in the mobile network, and how many of them eliminated from the network because of low energy level. The Bandwidth of each node is traced to know the capacity of node status. Several nodes in network utilize extra bandwidth. Distribute bandwidth uniformly to all nodes to evade packet losing and also monitor the nodes using keys provided by AES algorithm it is also supportive to develop security in mobile network and alert messages passed through notification for base stations.

Keywords— CA,MANETs,Location Identity,AES

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