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  Energy Conservation and Data Secure Communication in Wireless Sensor Network  
  Authors : Gaudence Stanslaus
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In wireless sensor network, the process of sensed data information based on the network location, converting and transmitting to base station consume energy and need security, maintain network lifetime is main issues. The article present methods, which used to sustain energy lifetime of the sensor node and secure data transmission within the wireless sensor network. The digital watermark and routing algorithm used to ensure safety transmission for packet and maintain energy consumption for sensor node. The greedy perimeter packet stateless routing indicates that the processing data packet for network size of 300 and 400 unnumbered nodes use only 16.4925% compared with present invention method which consume 83.5075% with the same network size. The simulation results indicate greedy perimeter packet stateless routing is less processing power and it uses less time processing compared to other methods through experimental. Paper also, present review about techniques methods, which used to reduce energy consumption and energy harvesting within WSNs.


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 7, Issue 6

Date of Publication : December 2018

Pages : 389-399

Figures :09

Tables : 02


Gaudence Stanslaus : He received proficiency in certificate level in Multimedia for Music Production from SAE College Bangkok, Thailand in 2013 and Diploma in Full Computer Engineering (FTC) from Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania East Africa in 2003 and then Bachelor of Engineering (BEng) in Electronics and telecommunication from Dar Es Salaam Institute of Technology, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania East Africa in 2007. Master in Engineering (MEng), Information and Communication from Chongqing University, Chongqing, China in 2011. He is currently pursuing PhD with School of Telecommunications Engineering, Xidian University, Xi'an, China. His research interests include communication networks, Multimedia Security, Information security and wireless sensor Network.


wireless sensor network, digital watermarking, network lifetime, energy lifetime, energy consumption

This article proposes energy conservation lifetime using the GPSR and data security through transmission medium using the watermark technology in WSNs. The GPSR shows that for a network size of 300 ?????? 400 process the packets with only 16.4925% while the ES with the same network process with 83.5075%. That indicates ES consume more time processing the same data that will consume more power for processing.


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