Secure Energy Trade-off Analysis in Wireless Ad-Hoc Networks using Novel Scalable & Secure Management Procedure
Sunil Chandolu1, P.Sanyasi Naidu2, Swetha Sindhe3

1Sunil Chandolu, Research Scholar, GITAM University.
2P.Sanyasi Naidu, Associate Professor, GITAM University.
3Swetha SindheAssistant Professor, V.C.E

Manuscript received on 5 August 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 13 August 2019. | Manuscript published on 30 September 2019. | PP: 469-473 | Volume-8 Issue-3 September 2019 | Retrieval Number: A1018058119/19©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijrte.A1018.098319
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Abstract: Wireless Mobile ad-hoc networks are increased with respect to communication and computation in data transmission between different nodes. Node relay configurations overlay routing is a complex task which improve the properties of routing hierarchy without change basic standards of communication routing scenarios. Sensitivity of different potentials of ad-hoc networks, security concerns is a challenging task in wireless ad-hoc networks. Because of resource limitations present in data management via key scenario with transmission is one of the basic design to support secure data transmission and improve network performance with respect to scalability and efficiency. So that, in this paper, we propose and implement high level security concern i.e. Novel Scalable & Secure Management Schema (NSSMS) for wireless ad-hoc networks. For the first time we extend approach to support unital key-distribution methodology to support high network security formalisms to improve network scalability and key based data sharing probability between different nodes for wireless network communications. Obtained results of proposed approach give better improvement to improve network scalability with overall network performance; we also show significant results with comparison of existing results.
Keywords: Wireless ad-hoc Networks, Key Distribution, Resource Optimality, Overlay Network Routing and Key Management Schema.
Scope of the Article:
Mobile Adhoc Network