ETARP: An Energy Efficient Trust-Aware Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks

  title={ETARP: An Energy Efficient Trust-Aware Routing Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks},
  author={Pu Gong and Thomas M. Chen and Quan Xu},
  journal={J. Sensors},
This paper presents a new routing protocol called Secure and Energy Aware Routing Protocol (ETARP) designed for energy efficiency and security for wireless sensor networks (WSNs). ETARP attempts to deal with WSN applications operating in extreme environments such as the battlefield. The key part of the routing protocol is route selection based on utility theory. The concept of utility is a novel approach to simultaneously factor energy efficiency and trustworthiness of routes in the routing… CONTINUE READING
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