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Li, X., Jin, L., Huang, K. et al. Transmission frequency-band hidden technology in physical layer security. Sci. China Inf. Sci. 59, 1–3 (2016).

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  • 物理层安全
  • 频带隐藏
  • 人工噪声
  • 安全传输速率
  • 多输入多输出