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Cyclic Prefix (CP) Jamming Against Eavesdropping Relays in OFDM Systems

@inproceedings{Solaija2021CyclicP,
  title={Cyclic Prefix (CP) Jamming Against Eavesdropping Relays in OFDM Systems},
  author={Muhammad Sohaib J. Solaija and Haji Muhammad Furqan and Zekeriyya Esat Ankaralı and H{\"u}seyin Arslan},
  year={2021}
}
Cooperative communication has been widely used to provide spatial diversity benefits for low-end user equipments, especially in ad hoc and wireless sensor networks. However, the lack of strong authentication mechanisms in these networks leaves them prone to eavesdropping relays. In this paper, we propose a secure orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) transmission scheme, where the destination node transmits a jamming signal over the cyclic prefix (CP) duration of the received signal… 

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