TITLE

Physical Layer Built-In Security Analysis and Enhancement Algorithms for CDMA Systems

AUTHOR(S)
Tongtong Li; Qi Ling; Jian Ren
PUB. DATE
January 2007
SOURCE
EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications & Networking;1/6/2007, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Historically developed for secure communication and military use, CDMA has been identified as a major modulation and multiple-access technique for 3G systems and beyond. In addition to the wide bandwidth and low power-spectrum density which make CDMA signals robust to narrowband jamming and easy to be concealed within the noise floor, the physical layer built-in information privacy of CDMA system is provided by pseudorandom scrambling. In this paper, first, security weakness of the operational and proposed CDMA airlink interfaces is analyzed. Second, based on the advanced encryption standard (AES), we propose to enhance the physical layer built-in security of CDMA systems through secure scrambling. Performance analysis demonstrates that while providing significantly improved information privacy, CDMA systems with secure scrambling have comparable computational complexity and overall system performance with that of conventionally scrambled systems. Moreover, it is shown that by scrambling the training sequence and the message sequence separately with two independent scrambling sequences, both information privacy and system performance can be further improved. The proposed scheme can readily be applied to 3G systems and beyond.
ACCESSION #
28742842

 

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