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Localizing Multiple Jamming Attackers in Wireless Networks

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Localizing Multiple Jamming Attackers in Wireless Networks
Abstract—Jamming attacks and unintentional radio interference are one of the most urgent threats harming the dependability of wireless communication and endangering the successful deployment of pervasive applications built on top of wireless networks. Unlike the traditional approaches focusing on developing jamming defense techniques without considering the location of jammers, we take a different viewpoint that the jammers’ position should be identified and exploited for building a wide range of defense strategies to alleviate jamming. In this paper, we address the problem of localizing multiple jamming attackers coexisting in wireless networks by leveraging the network topology changes caused by jamming. We systematically analyze the jamming effects and develop a framework that can partition network topology into clusters and can successfully estimate the positions of multiple jammers even when their jamming areas are overlapping. Our experiments on a multi-hop network setup usi...
Hongbo Liu, Zhenhua Liu, Yingying Chen, Wenyuan Xu
Added 24 Dec 2011
Updated 24 Dec 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where ICDCS
Authors Hongbo Liu, Zhenhua Liu, Yingying Chen, Wenyuan Xu
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