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Modified chaotic shift keying using indirect coupled chaotic synchronization for secure digital communication

By Rupak Kharel, Krishna Busawon and Zabih Ghassemlooy


In this paper, a modified chaotic shift keying method is proposed to transmit digital bits securely over a communication channel. The scheme is based upon encrypting the digital bits 0 and 1 into infinite levels by applying the keystream such that there is no recognisable pattern in the encoded transmitted signal. The encoded transmitting signal generated is shown to resist popular attack method therefore realizing a secure and trustworthy digital communication system

Topics: H600, H900
Year: 2010
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