Non-Orthogonal Multiplexing in the FBL Regime Enhances Physical Layer Security with Deception

by   Bin Han, et al.
RWTH Aachen University

We propose a new security framework for physical layer security (PLS) in the finite blocklength (FBL) regime that incorporates deception technology, allowing for active countermeasures against potential eavesdroppers. Using a symmetric block cipher and power-domain non-orthogonal multiplexing (NOM), our approach is able to achieve high secured reliability while effectively deceiving the eavesdropper, and can benefit from increased transmission power. This work represents a promising direction for future research in PLS with deception technology.


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