Mitigating Jamming Attacks Using Energy Harvesting

Abstract : The use of energy harvesting as a counter-jamming measure is investigated on the premise that part of the harmful interference can be harvested to increase the transmit power. We formulate the strategic interaction between a pair of legitimate nodes and a malicious jammer as a zero-sum game. Our analysis demonstrates that the legitimate nodes are able to neutralize the jammer. However, this policy is not necessarily a Nash equilibrium and hence is sub-optimal. Instead, harvesting the jamming interference can lead to relative gains of up to 95%, on average, in terms of Shannon capacity, when the jamming interference is high.
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Gada Rezgui, Elena-Veronica Belmega, Arsenia Chorti. Mitigating Jamming Attacks Using Energy Harvesting. IEEE wireless communications letters, IEEE comsoc, In press, ⟨10.1109/LWC.2018.2871152⟩. ⟨hal-01917442⟩

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