Secrecy coding for the wiretap channel using best known linear codes

@article{AlHassan2013SecrecyCF,
  title={Secrecy coding for the wiretap channel using best known linear codes},
  author={Salah Al-Hassan and Mohammed Zaki Ahmed and Martin Tomlinson},
  journal={Global Information Infrastructure Symposium - GIIS 2013},
  year={2013},
  pages={1-6}
}
A special case of wiretap channel is studied and analysed when the main channel is an error free channel and the eavesdropper channel is a binary symmetric channel. The goal of this work is to maximise the equivocation on the eavesdropper side by using a combination of the technique of the McEliece cryptosystem using Best Known Linear Codes(BKLC) coupled with syndrome coding. It is shown that as a result the communication security is improved. In this paper, two Best known linear codes are… CONTINUE READING

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