Channel Camouflage and Manipulation Techniques in Wireless Networks

@inproceedings{Fang2018ChannelCA,
  title={Channel Camouflage and Manipulation Techniques in Wireless Networks},
  author={Song Fang},
  year={2018}
}
The security of wireless networks and systems is becoming increasingly important as wireless devices are more and more ubiquitous nowadays. The wireless channel exhibits the spatial uncorrelation property, which is that the characteristics of a wireless channel become uncorrelated every half carrier wavelength over distance. This property has prompted an emerging research area that utilizes wireless channel characteristics to achieve location distinction, to detect location changes or… CONTINUE READING

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