Enhanced Secrecy in Stochastic Wireless Networks: Artificial Noise with Secrecy Protected Zone

Provided by: Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers
Topic: Security
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Recently, the use of artificial noise has attracted considerable attention in enhancing the physical-layer security of wireless systems. However, the interaction between artificially generated noise and the inherent network interference can significantly affect the level of secrecy. In this paper, the authors consider the additional secrecy enhancement with artificial noise and secrecy protected zone in the presence of eavesdroppers and interferers with unknown locations. Specifically, they derive the secrecy transmission rate and investigate the relationship between artificial noise and various system parameters like secrecy protected zone radius and intensity of interferers and eavesdroppers on the secrecy transmission rate.

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