Secure Real-Time Routing Protocol with Load Distribution (SRTLD) in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN). By ADEL ALI Supervisor : PROF. DR. NORSHEILA BINTI FISAL. Contents. Introduction Problem statement Objective, scope and significance of the research Literature review Related work
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Secure Real-Time Routing Protocol with Load Distribution (SRTLD) in Wireless Sensor Network (WSN)
PROF. DR. NORSHEILA BINTI FISAL
Objective, scope and significanceof the research
Design of SRTLD in WSN
Simulation study and preliminary results
Wireless Sensor Network (WSN)
Low power signal processing
Low power computation
Short-range communications capabilities
Modest irreplaceable energy budget
Linked by some wireless medium: radio, infrared, ultrasound, etc.
Sensor Node features
Types of sensors
WSN and IEEE 802.15.4
AODV or Cluster-Tree
IEEE 802.15.4 Physical Layer
Overlapping with IEEE 802.11
Channels 25, 26 are non-overlapping
Overlapping between 802.11 and 802.15.4 if the distance is
less than 8m
IEEE 802.15.4 MAC Sub layer
IEEE 802.15.4 Message Structure
The sensory data is valid only for a limited time duration, and hence needs to be delivered within such time bound called deadline
WSN demands real-time communication which means messages in the network are delivered according to their end-to-end deadlines (packet lifetime)
System Design and Results
Location Tracking for One hop
2. Routing Management
State Machine diagram for routing management
Parameters of selection next hop
Routing Problem Handler
Maximum size of neighbor table is 300 bytes (20 sensor nodes)
4. Power Management
5. Security Management
Comparison between SRTLD and related work
Simulation Study of RTLD (without security)
Network simulation model
51-Pin Expansion Connector
Freq. Tunable Radio
MICAz sensor board specification
Test bed Results
Test bed Results
WSN applications require delivery of various types of sensory data with different levels of real-time requirements because the sensory data is valid only for a limited time duration.
This research proposesSRTLD which is a novel real-time routing protocol which combines link quality, remaining power, packet velocity and securityin WSN
SRTLD will prolong network’s lifetime using distribution load forwarding.
SRTLD will provide efficient power consumption, high packet delivery ratio and minimum control packet overhead in WSN.
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