Ray Tracing Simulations of Indoor Channel Spatial Correlation for Physical Layer Security

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The goal of this work is to establish the accuracy of ray tracing to simulate the radio channel in a Physical Layer Security scenario, where two legitimate users try to take advantage of the intrinsic properties of the channel to generate a shared secret key inaccessible to an eavesdropper. A 3D Ray-Tracing software, including a diffuse scattering model, is employed to simulate spatial correlations in an indoor environment at the frequencies of 2.4 and 5GHz. Measurements, performed with a Vector Network Analyzer, are used to assess the validity of simulated results.

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Enrico Vitucci, Francesco Mani, Taghrid Mazloum, Alain Sibille, Vittorio Degli Esposti. Ray Tracing Simulations of Indoor Channel Spatial Correlation for Physical Layer Security. EUCAP, Apr 2015, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨hal-01188298⟩

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