On the Intelligent Eavesdropping of Differential Frequency Hopping

@article{Nejad2006OnTI,
  title={On the Intelligent Eavesdropping of Differential Frequency Hopping},
  author={A. Molaei Nejad and M. R. Aref},
  journal={2006 IEEE Annual Wireless and Microwave Technology Conference},
  year={2006},
  pages={1-5}
}
Differential frequency hopping (DFH) was introduced as a new technology for reliable high data rate transmission. Since the system utilizes lower transmitting power relative to the other spread spectrum techniques and also principle part of the technique, frequency transition function (FTF), is designed privately and uniformly, the scheme is said to be safe and secure. In spite of previous researches, this paper shows that an intelligent eavesdropper may threat the security of the system by… CONTINUE READING
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