Co-located physical-layer network coding to mitigate passive eavesdropping
Physical-Layer Network Coding (PLNC) has recently emerged as a promising new communications paradigm that has the ability to greatly increase the capacity of wireless networks. Current research has also demonstrated that PLNC can decrease the eavesdropping region of an external entity. In this paper we show how it is possible to mitigate passive eavesdropping in the presence of co-located nodes in a PLNC environment.
|Conference||2010 8th International Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust, PST 2010|
Hay, M. (Michael), Saeed, B. (Basil), Lung, C.H, & Srinivasan, A. (Anand). (2010). Co-located physical-layer network coding to mitigate passive eavesdropping. Presented at the 2010 8th International Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust, PST 2010. doi:10.1109/PST.2010.5593238