Efficient End to End Data Communication Protocol for Wireless Body Area Networks

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In recent years wireless body area network (WBAN) technology has been accelerated due to the demands that arise to provide solutions to the problems such as population aging, various chronic diseases monitoring and to facilitate data collection. This increasing demands and WBAN deployments always comes with the cost of various security and privacy related problems. Designing an efficient framework to ensure both security protection and reliability in all critical events with considerable energy efficiency is a difficult task to accomplish, due to the multi modal dynamics of the WBAN network topology. The performance of security mechanism and authentication measures has a direct impact on the attainable system performance. In this paper, we briefly introduce unique transformation and data protection schemes for end-to end secured WBAN systems. Here, we first present color variant and key driven QR pattern generation techniques, how they utilized and meets the requirements of security and privacy in WBAN and validated the performance metrics and efficiency of proposed pattern generation and analyzes in providing solution of security and privacy in WBAN.




Vandanna*, T. S., & Venkateshwarlu, S. (2019). Efficient End to End Data Communication Protocol for Wireless Body Area Networks. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 9(2), 3269–3272. https://doi.org/10.35940/ijitee.b7406.129219

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