On the Intercept Probability of DF Relaying Wireless Communication
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In this work, we determine the probability of intercept for relaying wireless communication over Nakagami-m faded environment. An eavesdropper attempts to intercept the transmitted signal on link between a source and relay as well as between relay and destination. We used the decode-and forward relay to enhance the physical layer security of the system. The relay placement is analysed in order to increase the secrecy of the proposed four-node system transmission. Impacts of the path loss phenomena, fading depth, nonidentically distributed channel conditions and various signal strength transmissions are also analysed in order to realize the secure connection between the source and destination node.
KeywordsDecode-and-forward relay Eavesdropper Nakagami-m fading Intercept probability
This paper was supported in part by the Ministry of Science of Republic of Serbia under Grants III44006 and TR-32051.
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