Secure Transmission Using Bivariate Principle System for WSN

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G. Suresh
A. Senthil Kumar


Protecting and checking the hubs consistently is hard for enormous scale sensor systems. The expectation of this effort is to distinguish the enemy hub and to shield the information from the aggressors. To recognize the antagonist (malicious) hubs and to confine them from the information broadcasting course Binomial Principle System (BPS) technique is utilized. A copy course is produced utilizing BPS in which the source, sink, and routing hubs does not uncover their unique hub ID's and information ID's. Verified and private classified data's
can be ignored the nodes by assessing grade factor and fake path even within the sight of malevolent hubs. Simulation analysis is brought out through NS2 test system device and the measurements utilized are Packet delivery proportion, lost proportion, throughput, and false recognition proportion are evaluated.

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G. Suresh, & A. Senthil Kumar. (2020). Secure Transmission Using Bivariate Principle System for WSN. Helix, 10(03), 47-51. Retrieved from