ADHOC NETWORKS - Adhoc networks Presented by Spandana...

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Adhoc networks Presented by Spandana Anand.C Y.Ramya Krishna CSE III yr CSE III yr GRIET GRIET Abstract In this paper we have identified the challenges faced by most of the people in sending data secretly and securely through airborne network, which has now become a basic requirement. We are here going to generate a password which is unbreakable for the application through which the information is being transferred from ground station to the one who is controlling the entire activities of aircraft and vice versa. Airborne Internet has the potential to change the way aircraft receive and send data, or more appropriately, information. Airborne Internet consortium will provide an interconnected digital data network aircraft and from the ground. Airborne Internet has the potential to change how aircraft are monitored and tracked by the air traffic control system, how they exchange information with and about other aircraft. In this paper we going to discuss how to generate a living password which need not be remembered by any one for which an iris code is generated from a given iris image and be utilized by the system to improve the security of the data and help in maintaining information being passed from ground station or from other aircraft to reach properly at its destination. Here in this paper we have discussed the strength of generating password through Iris and other passwords through other techniques. Also we have identified the unique patterns of the iris and the method of generating a 512 byte code is explained to improve the systems security. Here the identification of errors has been drastically reduced and the probability value for detection is 1/2 (512*8) .On seeing the probability value we could find that it’s very difficult to hack the password being generated.
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2. Introduction to Airborne The Objective of airborne network is the use of heterogeneous set of physical links (RF, Optical/Laser and SATCOM) to interconnect terrestrial, space and highly mobile airborne platforms themselves, which will self form into a network with a dynamic topology – i.e., a mobile ad hoc network. The iris is a protected internal organ whose random texture is stable throughout like, it can serve as a kind of living passport or a living password that one need not remember but can always present. The randomness of iris patterns has very high dimensionality; recognition decisions are made with confidence levels high enough to support rapid and reliable exhaustive searches through national-sized databases. Here using this security measure we can make aircrafts to receive correct information. Its purpose is real-time, high confidence
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