Visible to the public Hyper Secure Cognitive Radio Communications in an Internet of Space Things Network Based on the BB84 Protocol

TitleHyper Secure Cognitive Radio Communications in an Internet of Space Things Network Based on the BB84 Protocol
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsNieto-Chaupis, H.
Conference Name2020 Intermountain Engineering, Technology and Computing (IETC)
KeywordsBB84, BB84 Protocol, Bennet-Brassard, Cognitive radio, Cognitive Radio Security, collaborative manner, constant thread, cryptographic protocols, geocentric orbital satellites, hyper secure Cognitive Radio communications, Internet, Internet of space things, probability, Protocols, pubcrawl, quantum cryptography, Resiliency, Satellite broadcasting, Space Things network, Space vehicles, Task Analysis, telecommunication security, Tungsten
AbstractOnce constellation of satellites are working in a collaborative manner, the security of their messages would have to be highly secure from all angles of scenarios by which the praxis of eavesdropping constitutes a constant thread for the instability of the different tasks and missions. In this paper we employ the Bennet-Brassard commonly known as the BB84 protocol in conjunction to the technique of Cognitive Radio applied to the Internet of Space Things to build a prospective technology to guarantee the communications among geocentric orbital satellites. The simulations have yielded that for a constellation of 5 satellites, the probability of successful of completion the communication might be of order of 75% ±5%.
DOI10.1109/IETC47856.2020.9249200
Citation Keynieto-chaupis_hyper_2020