arXiv Analytics

Sign in

arXiv:1407.8469 [cs.IT]AbstractReferencesReviewsResources

On the Equivalence between Interference and Eavesdropping in Wireless Communications

Gerardo Gomez, F. Javier Lopez-Martinez, David Morales-Jimenez, Matthew R. McKay

Published 2014-07-31, updated 2015-02-25Version 2

We show that the problem of analyzing the outage probability in cellular systems affected by co-channel interference and background noise is mathematically equivalent to the problem of analyzing the wireless information-theoretic security in terms of the maximum secrecy rate in fading channels. Hence, these both apparently unrelated problems can be addressed by using a common approach. We illustrate the applicability of the connection unveiled herein to provide new results for the secrecy outage probability in different scenarios.

Comments: This work has been accepted for publication at IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. Copyright (c) 2014 IEEE. Personal use of this material is permitted. However, permission to use this material for any other purposes must be obtained from the IEEE by sending a request to pubs-permissions@ieee.org
Categories: cs.IT, math.IT
Related articles: Most relevant | Search more
arXiv:1506.02890 [cs.IT] (Published 2015-06-09)
Constrained Bimatrix Games in Wireless Communications
arXiv:1808.01707 [cs.IT] (Published 2018-08-06)
New Viewpoint and Algorithms for Water-Filling Solutions in Wireless Communications
arXiv:1702.03250 [cs.IT] (Published 2017-02-10)
Multidimensional Index Modulation in Wireless Communications