The International Arab Journal of Information Technology (IAJIT)


Secure of Transmission Systems in the Visible Range of Light with the Power Line

The paper discusses the issue of creating a secure environment for information transmission in an association dependent on Noticeable Light Correspondence (VLC) innovation utilizing a Power Line Correspondence (PLC) modem. Throughout the examination, an investigation of homegrown and unfamiliar writing and patent documentation was done, which affirmed the significance of this point and the need to improve and adjust the innovation for homegrown associations, the conceivably better security of the framework from unapproved admittance to information was validated in correlation with wired and Wi-Fi organizations., which executes information transmission dependent on VLC innovation, utilizing Light- Emitting Diode (LED). Lighting sources as transmitters of the correspondence framework, with the coordination of the PLC interface. The utilization of the PLC interface makes it conceivable to improve on the establishment and execution of the VLC communicating modules since the data signal is provided to the last through the electrical cables that give capacity to the lighting installations. An evaluation of the working states of an information transmission framework dependent on VLC innovation with a PLC interface was completed, which uncovered that with the base admissible sign to-clamor proportion equivalent to 6 dB, the channel data transfer capacity is 8 Mbps, and the bit mistake rate will in general zero. The examination results can be utilized to assemble a corporate organization utilizing VLC innovation with a PLC interface, and discover their application for additional investigation of this innovation.

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[17] Zhou N., Wang J., and Wang Q., “A Novel Estimation Method of Metering Errors of Electric Energy Based on Membership Cloud and Dynamic Time Warping,” IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid, vol. 8, no. 3, pp. 1318-1329, 2017. Haider Al-Janabi (Member, IEEE) Get the B.S. degree in enginerring of Telecommunication systems and computers, from AL-Rafidain university college, Baghdad, Iraq, in 2011, and the M.S. degree in Engineering of Telecommunications systems and networks, from Kharkiv National university of Radioelectronic. And Ph.D degree from Odessa Acadimic of Telecommunications. His current research interests include Telecommunications systems, Computer Science Wireless Networks, QoS, and Traffic Engineering. Hussam Al-Janabi was born in Baghdad, Iraq, in 1986. He received the B.S. degree in Computer communications Engineering form AlRafidain University College, in 2008, MSc degree in Telecommunication and Network Engineering from Kharkiv National University of radio electronics (KNURE), in 2010 and the Ph.D. degree in Telecommunication and Network Engineering, from Kharkiv National University of Radio electronics (KNURE), in 2013. His research interests are Wireless Communications, MIMO, WiMAX, LTE, Visible Light Communication, Control System, and Wireless sensor networks. Bashar Qas Elias (Member, IEEE)received the B.S. degree in electrical engineeringfrom AL- Mustansiriya University, Baghdad, Iraq,in 2011, and the M.S. degree in electrical and electronicengineering from Eastern MediterraneanUniversity, Famagusta, North Cyprus, in 2014. Heis currently pursuing the Ph.D. degree in communicationengineering with the University of Perlis,Malaysia. His current research interests includemicrowave and millimeter-wave antennas, electromagneticbandgap and defected ground structures, microwave metamaterial,wearable antenna, and recongurable microstrip circuits.