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Signal Processing Advances for Physical Layer Security in Communication Networks
This dissertation presents multiple novel techniques for securing wireless communications at the physical layer. Specifically, we are interested in increasing the secrecy capacity of systems employing the Alamouti space-time ...
Hybrid Powerline/Wireless Diversity for Smart Grid Communications
Smart Grids refer to evolved power grids that can intelligently monitor and control energy flows in order to improve the efficiency and reliability of power delivery. Adding such intelligence throughout the grid requires ...
Coherence diversity: A novel source of gain in wireless multiuser networks
This dissertation investigates multiuser networks where the fading links experience unequal coherence conditions as well as dissimilar link CSI availability. It is shown that the disparity in coherence conditions for ...
Transport Protocols for Next-Generation Networks and Applications
Today's Internet is very different from what it was intended to be forty years back. Its capacity has increased by orders of magnitude and the last mile access medium has transitioned from wired to wireless communication ...
Hardware Trojans in Wireless Cryptographic ICs
Over the last decade, the problem of hardware Trojans in manufactured integrated circuits (ICs) has been a topic of intense investigation by academic researchers and governmental entities. Hardware Trojans are malicious ...