Physical-Layer Security in Wireless Communication Systems

@inproceedings{BagheriKaram2010PhysicalLayerSI,
  title={Physical-Layer Security in Wireless Communication Systems},
  author={Ghadamali Bagheri-Karam},
  year={2010}
}
The use of wireless networks has grown significantly in contemporary times, and continues to develop further. The broadcast nature of wireless communications, however, makes them particularly vulnerable to eavesdropping. Unlike traditional solutions, which usually handle security at the application layer, the primary concern of this dissertation is to analyze and develop solutions based on coding techniques at the physical-layer. First, in chapter 2, we consider a scenario where a source node… CONTINUE READING
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