Secret Group Key Generation in Physical Layer for Mesh Topology

  title={Secret Group Key Generation in Physical Layer for Mesh Topology},
  author={Chan Dai Truyen Thai and Jemin Lee and Tony Q. S. Quek},
  journal={2015 IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM)},
Secret group key generation based on physical layer in wireless communications has a lot of practical applications. A few studies focused on the theoretical bounds of the secret key rate based on the sets of received signals rather than a particular secret key generation scheme. We propose a secret group key generation scheme for an arbitrary number of legitimate nodes, n, in mesh topology in the presence of a passive eavesdropper. In the scheme, after general pilot signal transmissions at all… CONTINUE READING
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