Interference Leakage Neutralization in Two-Hop Wiretap Channels with Partial CSI


In this paper, we analyze the four-node relay wiretap channel, where the relay performs amplify-and-forward. There is no direct link between transmitter and receiver available. The transmitter has multiple antennas, which assist in securing the transmission over both phases. In case of full channel state information (CSI), the transmitter can apply information leakage neutralization in order to prevent the eavesdropper from obtaining any information about the signal sent. This gets more challenging, if the transmitter has only an outdated estimate of the channel from the relay to the eavesdropper. For this case, we optimize the worst case secrecy rate by choosing intelligently the beamforming vectors and the power allocation at the transmitter and the relay.

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@inproceedings{Engelmann2013InterferenceLN, title={Interference Leakage Neutralization in Two-Hop Wiretap Channels with Partial CSI}, author={Sabrina Engelmann and Zuleita Ka Ming Ho and Eduard A. Jorswieck}, booktitle={ISWCS}, year={2013} }