Cooperative jamming for secrecy in decentralized wireless networks
Cooperative jamming as a physical layer security enhancement has recently drawn considerable attention. While most existing works focus on communication systems with a small number of nodes, we investigate the use of cooperative jamming for providing secrecy in large-scale decentralized networks consisting of randomly distributed legitimate users and eavesdroppers. A modified slotted ALOHA protocol, named CJ-ALOHA, is considered where each legitimate transmitter either sends its message signal...[Show more]
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|Source:||Proceedings of ICC 2012|
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