On the Jamming Power Allocation and Signal Design in DF Relay Networks
This paper studies a simple decode-and-forward (DF) relay network in the presence of a jammer. The jammer is able to send noise-like signals to interfere with the signal reception at both the relay and the destination. From the attacker's point of view, we investigate the following two design problems: i) What is the optimal probability distribution of the random jamming signals? ii) Given a total jamming power budget, how to optimally allocate the power between attacking the relay and...[Show more]
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