Jamming in Multiple Independent Gaussian Channels as a Game
We study the problem of jamming in multiple independent Gaussian channels as a zero-sum game. We show that in the unique Nash equilibrium of the game the best-response strategy of the transmitter is the waterfilling to the sum of the jamming and the noise power in each channel and the best-response strategy of the jammer is the waterfilling only to the noise power.
KeywordsWireless communications Jamming Zero-sum game Gaussian channels
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