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|Title:||Intelligent OFDM telecommunication system. Part 1. Model of complex and quaternion systems|
|Authors:||Labunets, V. G.|
Ostheimer, E. V.
|Publisher:||Institute of Physics Publishing|
|Citation:||Labunets, V. G. Intelligent OFDM telecommunication system. Part 1. Model of complex and quaternion systems / V. G. Labunets, E. V. Ostheimer // Journal of Physics: Conference Series. – 2019. – Vol. 1368. – Iss. 5. – № 52021.|
|Abstract:||In this paper, we aim to investigate the superiority and practicability of many-parameter transforms (MPTs) from the physical layer security (PHY-LS) perspective. We propose novel Intelligent OFDM-telecommunication systems based on complex and quaternion MPTs. The new systems use inverse MPT (IMPT) for modulation at the transmitter and MPT for demodulation at the receiver. The purpose of employing the MPT is to improve: 1) the PHY-LS of wireless transmissions against to the wide-band anti-jamming and anti-eavesdropping communication; 2) the bit error rate (BER) performance with respect to the conventional OFDM-TCS; 3) the peak to average power ratio (PAPR). Each MPT depends on finite set of independent parameters (angles). When parameters are changed, many-parametric transform is also changed taking form of a set known (and unknown) orthogonal (or unitary) transforms. For this reason, the concrete values of parameters are specific "key" for entry into OFDM-TCS. Vector of parameters belong to multi-dimension torus space. Scanning of this space for find out the "key" (the concrete values of parameters) is hard problem. MPT has the form of the product of the Jacobi rotation matrixes and it describes a fast algorithm for MPT. The main advantage of using MPT in OFDM TCS is that it is a very flexible anti-eavesdropping and anti-jamming Intelligent OFDM TCS. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first work that utilizes the MPT theory to facilitate the PHY-LS through parameterization of unitary transforms. © 2019 IOP Publishing Ltd. All rights reserved.|
|Keywords:||BIT ERROR RATE|
BIT ERROR RATE (BER) PERFORMANCE
PEAK TO AVERAGE POWER RATIO
PHYSICAL LAYER SECURITY
ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING
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