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Physical Layer Security in Random Cellular NetworksPhysical Layer Security in Heterogeneous Ad hoc Networks with Full-Duplex Receivers

Physical Layer Security in Random Cellular Networks: Physical Layer Security in Heterogeneous Ad... [In this chapter, we study the benefits of full-duplex (FD) receiver jamming. It enhances the physical layer security of a two-tier heterogeneous wireless ad hoc network, in which each tier is deployed with a large number of pairs of a single-antenna transmitter and a multiple-antenna receiver. The receivers in the underlying tier work in the half-duplex (HD) mode and those in the overlaid tier work in the FD mode. We provide a comprehensive performance analysis and network design under a stochastic geometry framework. Specifically, we consider the scenarios where each FD receiver uses single- and multiple-antenna jamming, and analyze the connection probability and the secrecy outage probability of a typical FD receiver with accurate expressions and more tractable approximations provided. We further determine the optimal density of the FD tier that maximizes network-wide secrecy throughput subject to constraints including the given dual probabilities and the network-wide throughput of the HD tier. Numerical results are demonstrated to verify our theoretical findings, and show that network-wide secrecy throughput is significantly improved by properly deploying the FD tier.] http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png

Physical Layer Security in Random Cellular NetworksPhysical Layer Security in Heterogeneous Ad hoc Networks with Full-Duplex Receivers

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Publisher
Springer Singapore
Copyright
© The Author(s) 2016
ISBN
978-981-10-1574-8
Pages
85 –109
DOI
10.1007/978-981-10-1575-5_5
Publisher site
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Abstract

[In this chapter, we study the benefits of full-duplex (FD) receiver jamming. It enhances the physical layer security of a two-tier heterogeneous wireless ad hoc network, in which each tier is deployed with a large number of pairs of a single-antenna transmitter and a multiple-antenna receiver. The receivers in the underlying tier work in the half-duplex (HD) mode and those in the overlaid tier work in the FD mode. We provide a comprehensive performance analysis and network design under a stochastic geometry framework. Specifically, we consider the scenarios where each FD receiver uses single- and multiple-antenna jamming, and analyze the connection probability and the secrecy outage probability of a typical FD receiver with accurate expressions and more tractable approximations provided. We further determine the optimal density of the FD tier that maximizes network-wide secrecy throughput subject to constraints including the given dual probabilities and the network-wide throughput of the HD tier. Numerical results are demonstrated to verify our theoretical findings, and show that network-wide secrecy throughput is significantly improved by properly deploying the FD tier.]

Published: Oct 5, 2016

Keywords: Successive Interference Cancellation; Connection Probability; Integer Partition; Wiretap Channel; Aggregate Interference

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