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Title: Inverse system approach to design alpha-stable noise driven random communication system
Authors: Savaci, Ferit Acar
Ahmed, Areeb
Keywords: telecommunication security
binary codes
inverse system approach
random carrier
linear dynamical system
skewness parameter
binary messages
alpha-stable process
intended receiver
alpha-stable noise driven random communication system
alpha-stable noise
bit error rate
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Institution of Engineering and Technology
Abstract: In the proposed random communication system (RCS), the alpha-stable (alpha-stable) noise as a random carrier drives the transmitter which is modelled by the linear dynamical system and the skewness parameter of the random carrier encodes the binary messages. By selecting the receiver as the inverse system of the transmitter, the output of the receiver is ensured to be alpha-stable noise whose skewness parameters are then estimated to decode the binary messages. The response of a linear system to an alpha-stable process is again alpha-stable process, however, the skewness parameters of the response differs from that of the input which can only be recovered at the output of the inverse system. Hence, estimation of skewness parameter by an eavesdropper, without using the inverse system, will not reveal the true binary messages while the intended receiver truly decodes the binary messages. The proposed inverse system based RCS provides efficient performance which is shown by comparing the bit error rate of the intended receiver and an eavesdropper where the enhancement in covertness is shown by evaluating the covertness values of the proposed RCS.
Description: WOS: 000526412600002
ISSN: 1751-8628
Appears in Collections:Scopus İndeksli Yayınlar Koleksiyonu / Scopus Indexed Publications Collection
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