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shahsavan M, Eslami M, hajipour P. A Secure Protocol in Smart Metering Networks Based on the Internet of Things. IJICTR. 2019; 11 (4) :21-28
URL: http://ijict.itrc.ac.ir/article-1-431-en.html
1- M.Sc M.Sc. in electrical engineering
2- p.h.D in telecommunication engineering Faculty member of Department of Electrical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Technology, West Tehran Branch , Islamic Azad University , m.eslami1@ut.ac.ir
3- p.h.D in telecommunication engineering Faculty member of Satellite Communication Group, Department of Communication Iran Telecom Research Center,Tehran, Iran.
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In this paper, a secure chord protocol based method is presented to improve the latency and system storage requirements in smart metering. In the proposed approach, a secure multi-mode computation method is utilized which can reduce the time of data exchange and memory consumption, by maintaining data security and subscriber's privacy. This method can be utilized in smart metering networks based on the internet of things (IoT). According to the simulated results, the proposed method incremented the amount of production capacity by 26% compared to the reference model. Also, the average time to complete the data collection reduced by 65.5%, and the package delivery ratio of the proposed model incremented by 14.4 % in comparison with the reference model. Also, a secure mechanism-based lightweight authentication was provided. This scheme needs half memory usage versus other security plans such as the EDAS algorithms.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Communication Technology

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