Evaluation of Security Schemes: State of Art in Wireless Communication

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Evaluation of Security Schemes: State of Art in Wireless Communication

August 31, 2021 Pharmaceutical 0

At 2.35 m, a simulation of high-resolution absorption spectra of carbon monoxide (CO) and other interfering gases was performed. The study’s major goal was to determine the optimum CO absorption lines for spectral analysis of this molecule at 2.35 m in complicated gas mixtures like exhaled air with the best sensitivity, selectivity, and detection speed. Several CO absorption lines have been developed. The optimum method for laser-based spectrum analysis of CO in complicated gas mixtures under high humidity and high CO2 concentrations has been determined. The maximum sensitivity and selectivity of CO analysis in the near-infrared spectral range can be obtained by measuring resonance absorption in these lines. To prevent unauthorised access to these networks, authentication procedures have been established. Wired Equivalent Privacy (WEP) and Wi-Fi Protected Access are two of them (WPA). These protocols, on the other hand, have been found to be readily hacked, for example, due to the use of a weak initialization vector, which causes the generated hashes to collide. This involves the creation of more secure techniques for safeguarding data in transit. The use of light fidelity technology is the most recent endeavour in safeguarding wireless data propagation. An empirical review of these security technologies is presented in this work.

Author(s) Details

Mr. Peter Sungu Nyakomitta
Faculty of Biological and Physical Sciences, Tom Mboya University College, P.O. Box 199-40300, Homa Bay, Kenya.

Dr. Kwach Johnson Kisera
Faculty of Biological and Physical Sciences, Tom Mboya University College, P.O. Box 199-40300, Homa Bay, Kenya.

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