Visible to the public Scalable QAM Modulation for Physical Layer Security of Wireless Networks

TitleScalable QAM Modulation for Physical Layer Security of Wireless Networks
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2019
AuthorsRosa, Taras, Kaidan, Mykola, Gazda, Juraj, Bykovyy, Pavlo, Sapozhnyk, Grygoriy, Maksymyuk, Taras
Conference Name2019 10th IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Data Acquisition and Advanced Computing Systems: Technology and Applications (IDAACS)
Keywordscomputer network security, connected devices, cryptographic algorithms, data protection, energy consumption, FFT, Internet of Things, Internet of Things concept, IoT, IoT applications, IoT devices, OFDM, physical layer security, pubcrawl, QAM modulation, quadrature amplitude modulation, Scalability, scalable QAM, scalable quadrature modulation, Scalable Security, wireless channel, wireless channels, wireless networks
AbstractThe rapid growth of the connected devices driven by Internet of Things (IoT) concept requires a complete rethinking of the conventional approaches for the network design. One of the key constraints of the IoT devices are their low capabilities in order to optimize energy consumption. On the other hand, many IoT applications require high level of data protection and privacy, which can be provided only by advanced cryptographic algorithms, which are not feasible for IoT devices. In this paper, we propose a scalable quadrature modulation aiming to solve the problem of secure communications at the physical layer. The key idea of the proposed approach is to transmit only part of information in way that allows target receiver to retrieve the complete information. Such approach allows to ensure the security of wireless channel, while reducing the overhead of advanced cryptographic algorithms.
Citation Keyrosa_scalable_2019