Intrinsic Secrecy in Wireless Sensor Network

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Abstract:
The ability to exchange secret information is critical to many commercial, governmental, and military networks. Wireless sensor intrinsic secrecy is essential for communication confidentiality, health privacy, public safety, information superiority, and economic advantage in the modern information society. Wireless Sensor security schemes have typically evolved from those developed for traditional wire line applications, these schemes do not consider physical properties of the wireless channels. To overcome these problems, this research work develops a foundation for design and analysis of wireless sensor networks with secrecy provided by intrinsic properties such as node spatial distribution, wireless propagation medium, and aggregate network interference.

Keywords:Wireless Sensor Network,cryptography,distributed sensor network

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