DESIGN NETWORK SECURITY MECHANISM TO IMPROVE THE WIRELESS SENSOR NETWORKS LIFE SPAM USING ENERGY TRADE-OFFS TECHNIQUE
Keywords:Design, Network Security, Mechanism, Wireless Sensor, Life Spam, Energy, Trade-Offs, Technique.
Applications for wireless sensor networks (WSNs) are developing quickly, and performance assessment and analysis approaches are now faced with new issues in the field of energy efficiency. The examination of security trade-offs and energy efficiency is one of the important challenges. The energy analysis module for the QoP-ML (quality of protection modelling language) is suggested in this study as a way to examine the impact of different security levels on a protocol's energy usage. A further expansion of the QoP-ML language that improves the capabilities to analyse intricate wireless sensor networks is the advanced communication module. The Jindo Bridge in South Korea served as the case study for WSN deployment, and lifespan routines with varying levels of security were simulated. The findings demonstrate that the implementation of varied security levels can lead to significant variations in performance and energy use, and therefore, longevity. Therefore, the desired lifespan and security level should be balanced by the WSN protocol designers. To fulfil the aforementioned requirements, the newly released Qo-PML extension and the AQoPA (automated quality of protection analysis) tool have been created.