—Current wireless home security system (wireless HS) has three problems: False Alarms, SIGINT, and Alarm Failure. In order to resolve these issues, it is necessary to improve the security of wireless communications and the reachability of alarm signals, as well as saving sensor’s battery equivalent to the present status or less. Moreover, sharing methods to clear above problems contributes building the safe society. In line with this, the guidelines development is needed for the manufacturer and the security service companies in developing wireless HS. The aims of this paper are to determine requirements and indices of wireless communication and power consumption which are equipped with wireless HS, exemplify the solutions and verify its effectiveness, and discuss the guidelines development. The author defines two requirements and an index. Next, the author shows example solution which is based on each requirement and index, and verify its feasibility. Lastly, the author discusses the guidelines development for wireless communication and its diffusion based on the development of the clinical practice guidelines.
—Alarm signal reachability, information security, saving battery power, wireless alarm equipment.
Masaki Fujikawa is with the Security Science Institute, Tokyo, 1340092 Japan (e-mail: email@example.com).
Cite:Masaki Fujikawa, "A Study for the Improvement of Communications Security and Quality on Wireless Alarm Equipment," International Journal of Information and Electronics Engineering vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 97-104, 2016.