Topology-selective jamming of fully-connected, code-division random-access networksThe purpose is to introduce certain models of topology selective stochastic jamming and examine its impact on a class of fully-connected, spread-spectrum, slotted ALOHA-type random access networks. The theory covers dedicated as well as half-duplex units. The dominant role of the spatial duty factor is established, and connections with the dual concept of time selective jamming are discussed. The optimal choices of coding rate and link access parameters (from the users' side) and the jamming spatial fraction are numerically established for DS and FH spreading.
Polydoros, Andreas (University of Southern California Los Angeles., United States)
Cheng, Unjeng (Jet Propulsion Lab. California Inst. of Tech., Pasadena., United States)
September 6, 2013
January 1, 1990
Publication: AGARD, Use or Reduction of Propagation and Noise Effects in Distributed Military Systems