Xinrong Guan

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In this paper, we investigate jamming power allocation to improve physical layer security in a multiuser two-way relay network, where several communication pairs, one untrusted relay and one friendly jammer are involved. The untrusted relay helps these pairs to forward information and tries to eavesdrop simultaneously. In order to deteriorate the(More)
In this paper, the spatial modulation (SM) is considered as a novel physical layer technique to improve the physical layer security of wireless networks. Exploiting the index of antenna as an additional dimension to convey part of source information bits, SM helps to achieve multiplexing gain and realize higher data rates. Moreover, by properly designing(More)
This work has studied the outage performance of amplify-and-forward (AF) relaying in underlay spectrum sharing systems with interference from primary user (PU). To reduce the complexity and improve the feasibility, two schemes using statistical channel state information (CSI) of interference links are proposed. For each scheme, the closed-form expressions(More)
Device-to-Device (D2D) communication has advantages of improving the spectral resource efficiency. But unfortunately, it brings about interference and potential secrecy hazard. In this paper, a Stackelberg game based power control algorithm is provided to enhance the physical layer security underlaying D2D communication by utilizing the interference. Then,(More)
Cooperative relaying and jamming are two efficient schemes to improve the Physical-layer security of a wireless transmission in the presence of multiple eavesdroppers. In this paper, we consider their cooperation in the context of AF-based two-way relay. We propose a hybrid cooperative relaying and jamming mechanism to enhance the security of a two-way(More)