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Wireless sensor networks applications involve a position of inaccessible metropolitan vicinity en-closed by wireless sensor nodes WSNs-monitors environmental parameters like battle field surveillance, home applications like fire alarm, health monitoring, etc. Energy plays a vital role in Wireless sensor networks. So, we have to concentrate more on balanced energy consumption for maximizing the network lifetime. Minimizing the whole network overhead and vigor disbursement coupled with the multi-hop data reclamation process that ensuring balanced energy consumption among SNs which results in prolonged network lifetime. This can be achieved by forwarding the sensed data to their cluster heads and then filtering the data before sending it to their tryst nodes, which is located in proximity to MS’s trajectory. Sleep and awakening of nodes periodically helps to retain their energy for some more time. The events occurring in any part of the network should be identified by the nodes, while arrangements sleep and active among the nodes. i.e. the nodes should be scheduled to sleep, so that the outstanding nodes can take care of the whole network. The eXtensible Randomized Matrix Arithmetic Coding XRMAC Technique has been used to enhance the security among all the nodes in the network. Simulation results show that our Proposed Scheme can have better Lifetime, improved throughput, reduced delay compared to other existing methods.

KEYWORDS

Mobile sinks, clustering, tryst nodes, wireless sensor networks, sleep and active

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Balaji, S. , Harold Robinson, Y. and Rajaram, M. 2016 SCSBE: Secured Cluster and Sleep Based Energy-Efficient Sensory Data Collection with Mobile Sinks. Circuits and Systems, 7, 1992-2001. doi: 10.4236-cs.2016.78173.





Autor: S. Balaji1, Y. Harold Robinson1*, M. Rajaram2

Fuente: http://www.scirp.org/



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