Suggestive Solution to Security and Short range problems using RF/OWC Hybridization


Suggestive Solution to Security and Short range problems using RF/OWC Hybridization


Nzenwata U.J, Olugbohungbe R. R, Ogunrinde T.O, Adegbenle A. A, Enyinnah C.

Department of Computer Science, Babcock University, Ilisan Remo, Ogun, Nigeria.


Global Journal of Artificial Intelligence

As the knowledge of wireless technology keeps growing exponentially in the field of telecommunication, new ideas spring up over time to address and proffer solutions to generational wireless communication issues. In this term paper, the reasons for wireless technology growth was explained, and a detailed information on emerging wireless technology was highlighted. The paper highlights the idealistic of heterogeneous networks, how security and short range within the network can be solved through a suggested solution of hybridizing RF and OW.


Keywords: Hybrid Network, RF, OWC, FSO, WiFi, ZigBee.

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How to cite this article:
Nzenwata U.J, Olugbohungbe R. R, Ogunrinde T.O, Adegbenle A. A, Enyinnah C. Suggestive Solution to Security and Short range problems using RF/OWC Hybridization. Understanding the Literature Review. Global Journal of Artificial Intelligence, 2019; 1:4.


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