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Victor Olugbemiga Matthews

Victor Olugbemiga Matthews
Airforce Institute of TechnologyKaduna Nigeria · Electrical Electronics Engineering

Ph.D Telecommunications Engineering

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Monitoring of data or information transmitted over network is becoming necessary with rapid increase in malicious intents on the global communication networks coupled with the continuous growth in size and complexity of the same. This research study presents the implementation of packet sniffer developed using python programming language to monito...
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Achieving United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 2 (UN SDG2) infers an imperative to urgently increase food production by up to 70%. However, concerns have risen that increases in food production have not kept pace with increase in world population, which is estimated to reach 10 billion people by the year 2050. In this paper, an IoT with mach...
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It has been observed that Supermarkets witness long queues during the peak of shopping period. These long queues have resulted in the loss of time both for the shoppers and the mall attendants. Hence, the goal of this paper is to design and develop an Intelligent Smart Shopping Cart with the sole objectives of minimizing shopping time and to maximi...
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Text has become one of the widest means of communication on mobile devices due to cheap rate and convenience for instance short text, web document, emails, instant messages. The exponential growth of text documents shared among users globally has increased the threat of misclassification associated with mobile devices such as Spam, Phishing, Licens...
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This is a list of various research articles published by collaborative efforts of IoT-enabled Smart and Connected Communities cluster members.
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This paper is concerned with how the implementation of Mobile Number portability in Nigeria (MNP) has affected the revenue of mobile operators in Nigeria. It gives an overview of marked effect of MNP on revenue of mobile operators in Nigeria by comparing statistics, rate of porting and taking case studies. When MNP was launched on the 22 nd of Apri...
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Losses has become the major drawback that is being faced by telecommunication sector in Nigeria and the world at large. Many researcher has carried out several researches in this area using different methods. Empirical method was adopted in this research work because it involves the measurement of field data, RF signal tracker was installed in a mo...
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Across the world, the invent of Internet of things is rapidly growing, increasing the interconnectedness between devices and people through the means of the internet. As the Internet of things ecosystem evolves through an increasing number of users, there is a wide range of requirements that needs to be met. The 5G network is expected to massively...
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About one and a half decades ago, telecommunications industry in Nigeria was at its lowest ebb, but it has grown rapidly since then, due to the rising advancement of technology which has introduced various "means" of transmitting and receiving information which includes the use of Satellite, DSL(digital subscriber line), fibre optics and cables etc...
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Several records of violence during student body elections in higher institutions of learning can be found dating back to the 1988 Abu crisis. The causal factors are multifaceted, involving both internal factors within the institution and external factors, and interest parties like main stream politicians. Suspicion of the possibility of rigging dur...
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Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) is a major fuel for cooking in Nigeria. LPG is dispensed into cylinders which are in various sizes and storage capacities. Multiple cases of household fires, injuries and fatalities due to LPG leakage and explosion have been recorded in Nigeria. This undesirable trend persists majorly because households in Nigeria don'...
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This paper presents the development of an electronic weighing indicator for digital measurement. The objectives of the system were to read weight measured in the conventional analog form to digital form, achieve high precision in measurement and calibration. This components used for this research are Load Cell, Hx711 Load Cell amplifier, Arduino Un...
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Fibre based access networks can deliver performance that can support the increasing demand for high speed connections. The conventional copper-based and coax solutions can no longer meet the increasing demand for high speed internet, hence the introduction of Fibre to the Home network. Fibre to the Home (FTTH) provides an excellent platform for ult...
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The invention of the speed limiter was a great boost to the goal of reducing accidents caused by over speeding. But most of the speed limiters in use today are very rigid and cannot be adjusted. This gives drivers no room for flexibility while driving especially in emergency situations. In this paper, a multilingual speed limiter that gives voice p...
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Robotic lawn mowers have come to stay. The ease with which lawns and fields can be maintained without any human input is mind-blogging. As technology improves, the complexity and diversity of robotic lawn mowers keeps pushing into realms only imagined in the immediate time past. But in this age of interconnected things and interwoven thinking, ther...
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It is virtually impossible to do away completely with papers, files, folders and cabinets. A lot of essential services (e.g. legal and healthcare services) demand that written or printed copies of certain documents be carefully and orderly kept. But these files are regularly retrieved and updated. It becomes highly inefficient and time consuming to...
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Utilization of Software Defined Radio (SDR) and open-source technologies in the next evolution of cellular communication networks may significantly reduce the capital expenditure (CAPEX) and operating expenditure (OPEX) of mobile network operators in emerging economies. In this paper, a novel cellular communication architecture named NomadicBTS was...
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This paper presents an investigation of the effect of distance on communication via optical fibre single mode and multimode structure. It also gives a comparative analysis of transmission over radio wave and fibre optic links. First, data were collected at different distances in the multimode and single mode optic fibre link, recorded and analyzed....
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To get an effective learning experience, conscious work on the part of the teacher and students is required. The purpose of this article is to present the design and construction of a solar powered mini classroom/corporate e-podium. This paper describes how the proposed e-podium exactly mimics ideas and perceptions about the ways lecturers and stud...
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This paper presents a novel smart meter design with a focus on the peculiarities of energy metering and billing challenges in Nigeria. The smart meter can be remotely configured at the control centre to work in either pre-paid or post-paid mode which allows for flexibility for various types of customers. The microcontroller based meter communicates...
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In this paper, an alcohol detection system was developed for road transportation safety in smart city using Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Two Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) thresholds are set and monitored with the use of a microcontroller. When the first threshold is reached, the developed system transmits the BAC level of the driver and the p...
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4 (9) : 05-11] © 2018 IJSRSET | Volume 4 | Issue 9 | Print ABSTRACT Home intruder detection and alarm system rely on a number of factors to determine if an alarm should be triggered. These factors depend greatly on the type of sensors used and the amount of analytical capability built into the alarm system. Presently, most home intruder detection a...
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Road traffic within campus communities has increased tremendously. More persons are now moving around campuses with vehicles than previously recorded. This development will pose a major traffic challenge if it is not addressed urgently. Standard technologies for traffic management in campus communities do not have a computerized framework that can...
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In developing nations, arms proliferate on the streets due to intentional and unintentional leakages from depots managed by the armed forces. The somewhat manual system used to manage the inventory of arms stored in depots can be blamed for the leakages. This paper proposes the use of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) technology to manage ammun...
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Abstract:- Emergency alert and response is carried out in different ways around the world. Governments, corporate bodies and individuals take emergencies very seriously and continue to develop ingenious ways of responding to emergencies very swiftly. Most Urban areas have well-developed emergency response systems but this is not true of rural and s...
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div class="WordSection1"> Losses during transmission and high demand of high data rate by the end users have become the biggest challenges facing the telecommunication industries worldwide with Nigeria inclusive. Fiber optic cable as a channel of communication has been adapted worldwide in solving these problems but there is a little limitation in...
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This paper presents a Microcontroller based Automated Intelligent Street lighting System which is utilized for power conservation, intelligence and fault detection. The main objectives are to automatically switch the street light to an ON/OFF state utilizing the Light Dependent Resistor, to save power and increment the life time of the LED utilizin...
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This study shows how the network performance of a flat switch network in the main library complex of Ambrose Ali University (AAU), Ekpoma can greatly be improved by logical segmentation. A survey of the flat switch network of the library complex was carried out to ascertain the physical and logical topology of the network and the number of hosts an...
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Lemon grass a type of medicinal plants has been part of human existence and has been applied in so many ways, like for healing, for drugs and for protection. In this paper, the conventional Histogram Equalization has been used to improve the images of the lemon grasses. MATLAB software was used to display the Histogram as well as the Histogram Equa...
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Path loss models are often used by radio network engineers to predict signal coverage, optimize limited network resources, and perform interference feasibility studies. However, the propagation mechanisms of electromagnetic waves depend on the physical characteristics of the wireless channel. Therefore, efficient radio network planning and optimiza...
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Extending mobile network coverage to rural areas is crucial to achieve digital inclusion among underserved population towards a global sustainable development. Radio engineers rely on path loss prediction models to guarantee a satisfactory quality of service during network planning and optimization. Empirical models are less sensitive to the unique...
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Mobile robotic telepresence is a potential solution to addressing the problem of access to quality healthcare delivery in rural areas. Despite the availability of this system in its different forms, the capital and operating costs are unffordable for people living in rural areas, particularly in emerging economies. In this paper, the authors reduce...
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Public places are often characterized with incessant traffic congestion, especially during special occasions and events, as large number of automobiles attempt to use the same parking lot concurrently. This usually result in confusion and dispute, auto crashes, waste of time and resources, and release of more carbon into the ecosystem. Radio Freque...
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— Path Loss models are very essential in mobile cellular network planning. The applicability of these models however depends on the local ambient characteristics of the environment. Therefore, this necessitates the continual calibration of the model to ensure fitness with the actual measurement data collected over a given area. This paper presents...
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Education at all levels is one of the major driver of sustainable development in any nation. The number of institutions of higher learning and enrollment in Africa has continued to increase significantly over the last few years. However, the needs of the knowledge society is still yet to be met due to challenges of overcrowding, infrastructure defi...
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Education at all levels is one of the major driver of sustainable development in any nation. The number of institutions of higher learning and enrollment in Africa has continued to increase significantly over the last few years. However, the needs of the knowledge society is still yet to be met due to challenges of overcrowding, infrastructure defi...
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Radio network engineers rely on path loss prediction models to ensure an acceptable Quality of Service (QoS) and satisfactory customer experience. Although empirical models are easy to use and requires less computation effort, they are highly environment-dependent. In this paper, we investigate the prediction accuracy of widely available models in...
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Robotic telepresence is an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solution that has a huge potential to address the problem of access to quality healthcare delivery in rural areas. However, the capital and operating costs of available systems are considered to be non-affordable for rural dwellers in emerging economies. In addition, most of...
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Increasing upsurge in the use of vehicle ramming tactics targeted against public buildings and crowd of people by terrorists and insurgents accounts for the unprecedented terrorism-related death record and extensive destruction of invaluable properties witnessed in recent time. Tracking and localization challenges can be effectively handled using r...
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This paper presents an experimental investigation to determine the efficacy and the appropriate order of Frequency Chaos Game Representation (FCGR) for accurate and in silico classification of pathogenic viruses. For this study, we curated genomic sequences of selected viral pathogens from the virus pathogen database and analysis resource corpus. T...
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It has been said that dynamic guard channel (DGC) assignment scheme based on traffic intensities averages QoS and performs better than the prioritized guard channel assignment scheme with queue (QPGC) during traffic congestion. This work has extended the investigation to DGC with queue (QDGC) and carried out its comparison with other call traffic c...
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This paper presents a cost-effective, energy-efficient, and eco-friendly solution that could significantly reduce maternal mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. Low-income countries can exploit the huge potential of ICT to effectively handle the challenge of shortage of qualified medical consultants and specialists, which has become a serious threat to...
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Access to power is a fundamental requirement for the effective functioning of any electrical/electronic circuit. The conduit of transfer of power can be either physical (wires, cables etc.) of non-physical (i.e. wireless). Wireless power transfer is a broad term used to describe any means used to transmit power to electricity dependent systems and...
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The number of African families living in extreme poverty has continued to increase even though the proportion of the citizens in such situation in this region declined in recent years. This is traceable to unemployment, underemployment, and income inequalities that have generated social unrest as joblessness persist. However, entrepreneurship throu...
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According to recent statistics, there is an increasing growth in the percentage of older persons in almost every part of the world today is recorded. The rate at which the proportion of older persons increases in the population of developing countries is much faster than what is experienced in developed regions. Specifically, this trend is more pre...
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Most countries of the world are experiencing a rising spate of crime and security challenges. Specifically, the banking sector is seriously imperilled by the menace of armed bandits as recent robbery incidents are targeted mainly at banks. Most security agencies are incapacitated due to the absence of efficient means for intelligence gathering. To...
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In this paper, the fuzzy logic-based decision algorithm is proposed for queue scheduling. This algorithm is employed to determine the optimal values for achieving fairness control for each queue-type serviced. It takes into account the dynamic nature of the internet traffic as regards to its time-varying packet arrival process that affects the netw...
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Today, proprietary home automation targets very specific applications which operate mostly on a cable based infrastructure. In contrast to that, our implementation builds on a wireless platform for the automatic control of house hold electrical appliances. The nodes gather sensor readings in a home and transmit them to a central automation server....
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An emergency is a deviation from planned or expected behaviour or a course of event that endangers or adversely affects people, property, or the environment. This paper reports a complete research work in accident (automobile) emergency alert situation. The authors were able to programme a GPS / GSM module incorporating a crash detector to report a...
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In this research work, the problem of congestion that leads to dropped calls at GSM cell sites and drastic reduction in network capacity is addressed. We designed a novel GSM base station architecture named Nomadic Base Station (NBS) which is based on Software Defined Radio (SDR) architecture and simulated the LNA for its receiver front-end. The NB...
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One of the most common forms of medical malpractices globally is an error in diagnosis. An improper diagnosis occurs when a doctor fails to identify a disease or report a disease when the patient is actually healthy. A disease that is commonly misdiagnosed is lung cancer. This cancer type is a major health problem internationally because it is resp...