IJMTES – SECURE AND MINIMAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION FOR DATA TRANSFER BY EEPPA APPROACH IN WSN

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

Paper Title : SECURE AND MINIMAL ENERGY CONSUMPTION FOR DATA TRANSFER BY EEPPA APPROACH IN WSN

Author’s Name : V Bindu | Dr Nithya M
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Volume 04 Issue 10 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 1-4

Abstract – The growth of wireless sensor network has been enhancing drastically for the last few years. However its advantages and applications are increasing the security and energy consumption becomes a major challenging task in WSN. The importance of communication security is essential in unattended and hostile environments. This paper focuses on effective path selection for packet transaction in WSN by implementing Energy Efficient Privacy Path Allocation (EEPPA). This protocol selects the path between source and destination based on demand and consumes minimal energy for transaction. While transferring packets, the unused nodes are moved to sleep mode and only working nodes are in active state, through this approach energy consumption can be reduced comparatively to the existing approaches. This approach includes Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm (ECDSA) to overcome the other major issue (security) during packet transaction. Here homomorphic encryption is deployed for encrypting the data and ECDSA is used to transmit the data with security, confidentiality and integrity. We analyze the performance of our proposed method, through simulation methods in order to ensure the effective working of proposed approach in terms of energy consumption and security.

Keywords – EEPPA, EEAODV, ECDSA, Sleep and Active, Security and Energy Consumption

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