Adjusted Transmission Range Reputation Based Leader Election for IDS in MANETJournal: International Journal of Electronics, Communication & Instrumentation Engineering Research and Development (IJECIERD) (Vol.4, No. 3)
Publication Date: 2014-06-30
Authors : Santoshkumar Sabat; Sujata Kadam;
Page : 127-134
Keywords : Cluster Head; Intrusion Detection System; Leader Election; Mobile Ad-Hoc Network;
We have proposed an Energy efficient leader election in MANET for Intrusion detection service (IDS). As MANET don’t have any centralized controller, the leader election in each cluster becomes very important. The purpose of the elected leader is to serve the IDS for the entire cluster. Our leader election is based on Reputation value and energy level of each node. We have simulated in NS2 environment and shown the comparison of energy consumption or Residual energy of nodes having fixed transmission range with the proposed adaptive energy scheme. Adaptive energy scheme adjusts the range of transmission of each node based on the maximum distance between nodes in each cluster. Energy of each node is conserved as compared to node having fixed transmission range. Thus the leader can serve the cluster for longer duration of life, increasing the percentage of alive nodes, conserving energy of node.
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