Wifi AP Based Secure Data Sharing Among Smartphones And Computer System
M. Sawade, and P. Dudhe. International Journal on Recent and Innovation Trends in Computing and Communication3 (4):
Smartphones operate independently of each other, using only local computing, sensing, networking, and storage capabilities and functions provided by remote Internet services. It is generally difficult or expensive for one smartphone to share data and computing resources with another. Coordinating smartphone data and computing would allow mobile applications to utilize the capabilities of an entire smartphone cloud while avoiding global network bottlenecks. In many cases, processing mobile data in-place and transferring it directly between smartphones would be more efficient and less susceptible to network limitations than offloading data and processing to remote servers. The main objective of this paper is to introduce a methodology to provide flexible media content sharing by exploiting collaborative amongst WiFi devices via the temporarily-established links over the local server which is based on heterogeneous mobile which is having different mobile platform, users connected to the server like computer System via Wi-Fi. The realized prototype devices altogether show improved sharing performance by supporting two-times more concurrent devices at target media quality when compared with conventional non-collaborative. In this the client and local server will upload or retrieve the data in authenticated and in confidential manner. The proposed method is based on sending/receiving data between client server via Wi-Fi connection without the need of taking any service from mobile service provider and without the use of internet connection.