Energy Harvesting, Micro Batteries & Power Management ICs: Applications and Customer Landscape. First Edition
- Language: English
- 106 Pages
- Published: April 2007
- Region: Global
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This book introduces a security solution in key
management and Intrusion Detection System (IDS) for
wireless sensor networks. It addresses challenges of
designing in energy and security. Since wireless
communication consumes the most energy in sensor
network, energy must be used efficiently. This book
proposes Hint Key Distribution (HKD) for key
management and Adaptive IDS for distributing
activated IDS nodes and cooperative operation of
these two protocols.
HKD protocol focuses on the challenges of energy,
computation and security in key distribution. It
uses a hint message and key chain to consume less
energy while self-generating key secures the secret
Adaptive IDS uses threshold and voting algorithm to
distribute IDS through the network. An elected node
is activated IDS to monitor its network. A threshold
is used as a solution to reduce number of repeated
activations of the same node, so it distributes the
energy use across the network.
In a cooperative protocol, HKD and Adaptive IDS
exchange information in order to adjust to the
current situation whereas the level of alert
controls the nature of the interaction between the
Dr. Piya Techateerawat teaches at Thammasat University.
He received his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from
Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and his Bachelor of
Computer Engineering from University of New South Wales.