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This is Part I of a two-part paper that considers antijamming system design in wireless networks based on messagedriven frequency hopping (MDFH), a highly efficient spread spectrum technique. In this paper, we first analyze the performance of MDFH under hostile jamming. It is observed that while MDFH is robust under strong jamming, it experiences(More)
This paper considers cooperative sensing in cognitive networks under Spectrum Sensing Data Falsification attack (SSDF) in which malicious users can intentionally send false sensing information. One effective method to deal with the SSDF attack is the q-out-of-m scheme, where the sensing decision is based on q sensing reports out of m polled nodes. The major(More)
This paper considers highly efficient antijamming system design using secure dynamic spectrum access control. First, we propose a collision-free frequency hopping (CFFH) system based on the OFDMA framework and an innovative secure subcarrier assignment scheme. The CFFH system is designed to ensure that each user hops to a new set of subcarriers in a(More)
This paper considers spectrally efficient antijamming system design based on message-driven frequency hopping (MDFH). We first analyze the performance of the MDFH system under different jamming scenarios. It is observed that MDFH is particularly robust under strong jamming. However, it experiences a performance bottleneck under disguised jamming, for which(More)
This paper considers spectrally efficient anti-jamming system design based on code-controlled frequency hopping. Unlike conventional frequency hopping systems where hopping patterns are determined by preselected pseudo-random sequences, in the proposed scheme, part of source information is passed through a block encoder, and used to determine the selected(More)
This paper considers spectrally efficient and robust wireless system design under malicious jamming as well as unintentional interference. Due to limited spectrum and lack of a protected physical boundary, wireless systems are facing much more serious challenges in capacity and security than wired networks. When transmitted through the airlink, wireless(More)
This is part II of a two-part paper that explores efficient anti-jamming system design based on message-driven frequency hopping (MDFH). In Part I, we point out that under disguised jamming, where the jammer mimics the authorized signal, MDFH experiences considerable performance losses like other wireless systems. To overcome this limitation, we propose an(More)
This paper considers spectrally efficient antijamming system design based on message-driven frequency hopping (MDFH). As a highly efficient frequency hopping scheme, MDFH is particularly robust under strong jamming. However, disguised jamming from sources of similar power strength can cause performance losses. To overcome this drawback, in this paper,(More)
This paper considers spectrally efficient anti-jamming system design based on message-driven frequency hopping (MDFH). As a highly efficient frequency hopping scheme, MDFH is particularly robust under strong jamming. However, disguised jamming from sources of similar power strength can cause performance losses. To overcome this drawback, in this paper, we(More)