Abstract—Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) is a collection of wireless sensor nodes forming a temporary network without the aid of any established infrastructure or centralized administration. In the recent years many researchers are investigating the routing protocols in WSNs and proposed the different routing schemes based on the network type and protocol operation. It have been witnessed an increasing interest in the prospective use of WSNs in many applications such as area monitoring, environment monitoring, disaster management and security surveillance. Therefore, focus has been given to support a secure, resilient and reliable environment with multipath routing. An efficient routing is an important factor for all WSN protocol in order to meet the node failure, intruder attacks and resource constraints. In the present study, < Final Year Projects > a method is proposed for a hybrid secure routing protocol which offering a high level scalability, security, cluster formation and cluster head selection, so that the network life time can be increased gradually and the results are compared with the LEACH protocol. From the results, the proposed routing protocol can provide better quality of service, increased network life time, energy efficient and more secure routing for wireless sensor network than LEACH protocol.
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