Self-Controlled Jamming Resilient Design Using Physical Layer Secret Keys

@article{Prakash2018SelfControlledJR,
  title={Self-Controlled Jamming Resilient Design Using Physical Layer Secret Keys},
  author={Jay Prakash and Chenxi Liu and Jemin Lee and Tony Q. S. Quek},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2018},
  volume={abs/1803.07358}
}
Direct-sequence spread spectrum (DSSS) has been recognized as an effective jamming resilient technique. However, the effectiveness of DSSS relies on the use of either pre-shared unique secret keys or a bank of public codes, which can be prohibitively expensive in future large-scale decentralized wireless networks, e.g., the Internet of Things. To tackle this problem, in this work we develop a new framework for self-controlled physical-layer-security-based spreading sequence generation… CONTINUE READING
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