Detecting and Detaching Reactive Jammers in Wireless Sensor Network
Pvnm Karthik Kumar1, P. Prasanna Murali Krishna2

1Pvnm Karthik Kumar, M. Tech, DECS Department of ECE, SGIT Markapur (A.P), India
2Mr. P. Prasanna Murali Krrish, Associate Professor Head, Department of ECE, SGIT Markapur (A.P), India
Manuscript received on 21 November 2013 | Revised Manuscript received on 28 November 2013 | Manuscript published on 30 November 2013 | PP: 89-91 | Volume-2 Issue-5, November 2013 | Retrieval Number: E0893112513/2013©BEIESP
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Abstract: In recent days, reactive enjoying strike has appeared as an exceptional security risk to wireless sensor network [WSN]. A few schemes are generated to acknowledge the trigger nodes, whose valid transmitting stimulates any reactive jammer. After identifying the trigger node, the node may likely be shut down to deactivate the jammer and its particular routing information is eliminated within the routing table, then the node cannot be employed again within the system. Because the node can’t be used again in the community it is among the important downsides. Consequently to overcome the problem, Through this record we suggest a novel strategy, where the accepted trigger nodes are put directly into the checking mode, to ensure that we are able to re-use the trigger nodes, after deactivating the jammer node in the city.
Keyword: Reactive Jamming, Jamming Detection, Trigger Identification, Jammer Node, Jamming, Reactive Jammer Node, Sleep mode, Report message.

Scope of the Article: Wireless Communication