A communication network that consists of a transmitter, a legitimate receiver, an eavesdropper and several friendly helpers is considered. Both the transmitter and the helpers are equipped with multiple antennas while the legitimate receiver or the eavesdropper has one antenna. The transmitter and the helpers have the channel state information to the legitimate receiver. The channels to the eavesdropper are partially known and modeled with uncertainty ellipsoids. The transmitter applies maximum ratio transmission to the legitimate receiver. The helpers generate interference to degrade the receiving performance of the eavesdropper. The transmit power of the helpers is optimized with the worst-case secrecy rate requirement as the Quality of Service constraint. Based on robust convex optimization, a centralized optimization problem is developed for the helpers to generate interference efficiently with minimum total transmit power. A distributed algorithm is developed which scales well with a large number of helpers.
Wireless Personal Communications – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 10, 2017
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