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Analysis of Primary Emulsion Attack in Cognitive Radio Using Distributed On-Demand Routing Protocol

  • Neelaveni Rangaraj
  • Sridevi Balu
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Abstract

The aim of this chapter is to design a novel framework for cognitive radio to overcome the security-based challenge by considering authentication and confidentiality. Particularly, the chapter focuses on the primary emulation attack, as it gives the authentication for the unlicensed user to use the unused the spectrum. These unlicensed users are considered as the secondary users and to authorize to use the spectrum only for the required period without compromising the security of the primary user. The distributed on-demand routing protocol is used in cognitive radio, and hence it can be used for the group of users sharing the same spectrum. RSA with the distributed on-demand routing protocol yields a secure key for sharing that particular session within the users. A comparison between the classical protocols for generating the secret key with Diffie–Hellman algorithm and other protocols is also done in this work by analyzing their vulnerabilities.

Keywords

Distributed on-demand RSA algorithm Authentication Spectrum sharing 

Abbreviations

ACK

Acknowledgment

CBS

Cognitive Base Station

CR

Cognitive Radio

CRV

Credit Risk Value

CS

Cognitive Sensing

DORP

Distributed On-Demand Routing Protocol

DSDV

Destination Sequenced Distance Vector

PU

Primary User

PUE

Primary User Emulsion

RSA

Rivest Shamir and Adleman (Public Key Encryption Technology)

ZRP

Zone routing protocol

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Neelaveni Rangaraj
    • 1
  • Sridevi Balu
    • 2
  1. 1.MNM Jain Engineering collegeChennaiIndia
  2. 2.Velammal Institute of TechnologyChennaiIndia

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