Implementing and developing multi-stage cryptography technique for low-cost long-range communication system

Eyad M. Hamad, Samer Alabed, Amer Alsaraira, Omar A. Saraereh


The requirement for a secure emergency communication system has become imperative in tandem with the industrial revolution. Additionally, the development of technology has led to increasingly robust penetration techniques that pose a threat to communication system security, leaving data vulnerable to unwanted third parties. This paper introduces a novel, powerful security approach that ensures a secure emergency communication system. Moreover, this research focuses on several cryptographic techniques among various symmetric and asymmetric ciphers, including advanced encryption standards, substitution, and transposition. The article presents an affordable and secure communication system that can transmit data over long distances with low power consumption using long-range technology. This system features a unique function that transmits updated locations, directing rescuers to the designated location.


Chipers; Communication system; Cryptography; Emergency system; Long-range technology; Security

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