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INFOCOM
2010
IEEE
10 years 2 months ago
Exploiting Multiple-Antenna Diversity for Shared Secret Key Generation in Wireless Networks
—Generating a secret key between two parties by extracting the shared randomness in the wireless fading channel is an emerging area of research. Previous works focus mainly on si...
Kai Zeng, Daniel Wu, An Chan, Prasant Mohapatra
INFOCOM
2011
IEEE
9 years 7 months ago
Fast and scalable secret key generation exploiting channel phase randomness in wireless networks
—Recently, there has been great interest in physical layer security techniques that exploit the randomness of wireless channels for securely extracting cryptographic keys. Severa...
Qian Wang, Hai Su, Kui Ren, Kwangjo Kim
ESAS
2007
Springer
10 years 8 months ago
The Candidate Key Protocol for Generating Secret Shared Keys from Similar Sensor Data Streams
Secure communication over wireless channels necessitates authentication of communication partners to prevent man-in-the-middle attacks. For spontaneous interaction between independ...
Rene Mayrhofer
TIFS
2010
184views more  TIFS 2010»
10 years 2 months ago
Information-theoretically secret key generation for fading wireless channels
—The multipath-rich wireless environment associated with typical wireless usage scenarios is characterized by a fading channel response that is time-varying, location-sensitive, ...
Chunxuan Ye, Suhas Mathur, Alex Reznik, Yogendra S...
ICASSP
2008
IEEE
10 years 10 months ago
Secure wireless communications: Secret keys through multipath
Secure wireless communications is a challenging problem due to the shared nature of the wireless medium. Most existing security protocols apply cryptographic techniques for bit sc...
Akbar M. Sayeed, Adrian Perrig
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