Evaluation of performance information downloading of (optical – radio frequency) hybrid system network

Faris Mohammed Ali, Ahmed Ghanim Wadday, Haidar Zaeer Dhaam

Abstract


In this study the evaluation performance of (Optical light– radio Frequency) hybrid network system. We determine first the coverage area of optical system Li-Fi (light-fidelity) and radio frequency system (Wi-Fi) as well as the data rate downloading file size of them for single mobile user case. Secondly, we study the hybrid network system Li-Fi/Wi-Fi in an indoor for single mobile user case and the user mobility at the region of the coverage area. Throughput versus distance relationships has studied also for Li-Fi and Wi-Fi system in order to assess the performance of these system. The effect of the numbers of LED light sources Li-Fi hotspotsand the velocity of user are introduced in the take in account coverage regionareconsidered on the assessperformance of the hybrid networks systems Li-Fi/Wi-Fi. The evaluate performance of the hybrid network system hotspots Li-Fi/Wi-Fi for the information rate downloading size on the mobility have been conducted. The results show that the performance of hybrid network system hotspots Li-Fi/Wi-Fi have a significant effect because of the velocity of user. As well as, the results show that the performance of the hybrid network system hotspots Li-Fi/Wi-Fi increased when the number of light sources spotlights in the room are increases.



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21533/pen.v8i2.1348

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ISSN: 2303-4521

Digital Object Identifier DOI: 10.21533/pen

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