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Securing Sensor Networks Using A Novel Multi-Channel Architecture

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Securing Sensor Networks Using A Novel Multi-Channel Architecture
— In many applications of sensor networks, security is a very important issue. To be resistant against the various attacks, nodes in a sensor network can establish pairwise secret keys[5], [6], [10], authenticate all communications with cryptographic functions[8], and also apply secure information aggregation schemes[13] or hop-by-hop filtering methods[14], [16]. However, these security measures can take considerable overhead in terms of storage, communication and computation, which are scarce resources in sensor nodes. Previously proposed security measures can only resist against a limited number of compromised nodes, which we define as the resistance level. In this paper, we propose a separate solution to any security measure. This technique either significantly reduces the overhead, or increases the resistance level without increasing overhead. The solution is based on a new “Mixed Multi-Channel” (MMC) architecture. In this design, each node can only use one fixed channel....
Chao Gui, Ashima Gupta, Prasant Mohapatra
Added 10 Jun 2010
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Type Conference
Year 2006
Where BROADNETS
Authors Chao Gui, Ashima Gupta, Prasant Mohapatra
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