Integrating security and privacy in mmWave communications

Ghadah M. Faisal, Hasanain Abdalridha Abed Alshadoodee, Haider Hadi Abbas, Hassan Muwafaq Gheni, Israa Al-Barazanchi

Abstract


The aim of this paper is to integrate security and privacy in mmWave communications. MmWave communication mechanism access three major key components of secure communication (SC) operations. proposed design for mmWave communication facilitates the detection of the primary signal in physical (PHY) layer to find the spectrum throughput for primary user (PU) and secondary user (SU). The throughput of SC for PU with maximum throughput being recorded at 0.7934 while maximum throughput for SU is recorded at 0.7679. So, we will design a mmWave communication mechanism for solving this problem. The probability for sensing where the probability of detection (PD) is predicted at a defined range of 690 km with an estimated accuracy of 83.56% while the probability of false alarm (PFA) is predicted at a defined range of 230 km with an estimated accuracy of 81.39%. This conflicting but interrelated issue is investigated over three stages for the purpose of solving with a cross-layer model with MAC and PHY layers for a secure communication network (SCN) while reducing the collision effect concurrently with a 92.76% for both cross-layers. MATLAB 2019b would be forwarded in use as the increasing demand for augmenting the bandwidth in secure communications has actuated the evolutionary technology.

Keywords


Dual level spectrum; Primary user; Probability of detection; Probability of false alarm; Secondary user; Secure communication

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v11i5.4314

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