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Secrecy Performance of {\alpha}-{\kappa}-{\mu} Shadowed Fading Channel

  title={Secrecy Performance of \{\alpha\}-\{\kappa\}-\{\mu\} Shadowed Fading Channel},
  author={A. S. M. Badrudduza and Sheikh Habibul Islam and Milton Kumar Kundu and Imran Shafique Ansari},
In this paper, the physical layer security aspects of a wireless framework over α− κ−μ shadowed (AKMS) fading channel are examined by acquiring closed-form novel expressions of average secrecy capacity, secure outage probability (SOP), and strictly positive secrecy capacity. The lower bound of SOP is derived along with the asymptotic expression of SOP at the high signal-to-noise ratio regime in order to achieve secrecy diversity gain. Capitalizing on these expressions, the consequences due to… 

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