Reliable Reactive Routing Enhancement Protocol With Secured Data Delivery on Wireless Sensor Networks
Publication Date : 26/02/2016
we are developing Reliable Reactive Routing Enhancement Routing with secured data delivery in WSNs using Reliable Reactive Routing Enhancement (R3E) with AODV for broadcast the hello interval request to all intermediate nodes based on forward candidate set. Although a route is found, the destination returns an RREP, which contains the route information based on minimum hop count. If anyone neighbor node will receive the route error message, that node verify the candidate set then only it removes that node from list. After remove that node it automatically updated on forward candidate set. In that time, neighbor node chooses the next hop using priority based node capacity and TTL value. Thus source nodes efficiently transfer the data to destination node. Suppose route error occur means, on that time neighbor node splits the data into multiple parts sends the data to multiple neighbor nodes using candidate set. Thus destination node receives full data without data loss. In the EXISTING SYSTEM, Ad hoc On-demand Distance Vector Routing (AODV) and Dynamic Source Routing (DSR), protocols are on demand routing protocols, due to node mobility in WSN, frequent link breakages may lead to frequent path failures and route discoveries. This could increase the overhead of routing protocols and reduce the packet delivery ratio and increasing the end-to-end delay. So it is time consuming process.
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