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Manufacturing intelligent Corvus corone module for a secured two way image transmission under WSN

Bilal Alhayani (Department of Electronic and Communication, Faculty of Electrical and Electronics, School of Applied Technical Sciences, Yıldız Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey)
Abdallah Ali Abdallah (Department of Industrial Engineering, School of Applied Technical Sciences, German Jordanian University, Amman, Jordan)

Engineering Computations

ISSN: 0264-4401

Article publication date: 7 September 2020

Issue publication date: 17 June 2021




The manufacturing of intelligent and secure visual data transmission over the wireless sensor network is key requirement nowadays to many applications. The two-way transmission of image under a wireless channel needed image must compatible along channel characteristics such as band width, energy-efficient, time consumption and security because the image adopts big space under the device of storage and need a long time that easily undergoes cipher attacks. Moreover, Quizzical the problem for the additional time under compression results that, the secondary process of the compression followed through the acquisition consumes more time.


Hence, for resolving these issues, compressive sensing (CS) has emerged, which compressed the image at the time of sensing emerges as a speedy manner that reduces the time consumption and saves bandwidth utilization but fails under secured transmission. Several kinds of research paved path to resolve the security problems under CS through providing security such as the secondary process.


Thus, concerning the above issues, this paper proposed the Corvus corone module two-way image transmission that provides energy efficiency along CS model, secured transmission through a matrix of security under CS such as inbuilt method, which was named as compressed secured matrix and faultless reconstruction along that of eminent random matrix counting under CS.


Experimental outputs shows intelligent module gives energy efficient, secured transmission along lower computational timing also decreased bit error rate.



Alhayani, B. and Abdallah, A.A. (2021), "Manufacturing intelligent Corvus corone module for a secured two way image transmission under WSN", Engineering Computations, Vol. 38 No. 4, pp. 1751-1788.



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