Transmission Of Encrypted Image Over Ofdm

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Transmission Of Encrypted Image Over Ofdm

Abstract:

Wireless communication refers to the transfer of data and information without using a wire, cable, or any electrical conductor. It is one of the most relevant technologies in mobile and computer communication today, primarily making use of radio waves. With the emergence of this technology, the security of the data transmitted became a pertinent issue. To prevent unauthorized access to valuable information, various security standards have been developed over the past few years. These improvements include methods such as encryption of data at the source and decryption at the destination, scrambling of data, precoding, etc. In this paper, dual-sided encryption and scrambling technique for an OFDM system is proposed. An XOR algorithm is employed for encryption and chaotic scrambling is used to fulfill scrambling needs. The method is employed for a channel that is characterized by AWGN. 16-QAM is utilized to modulate the encrypted data. The BER for various images is tabulated. Clipping used in the proposed method helps improve the PAPR of the given information. Transmission Of Encrypted Image Over Ofdm


Existing Method:

The FFT based MIMO-OFDM systems

Drawbacks:

Low Data Transmission Due To High Bit Loss Interference

Hard decision decoding systems


Proposed Modification:

DWT based MIMO OFDM with turbo decoding various modulation techniques BER analysis

4-QAM, 16QAM, 64 CAM

Fig: MIMO- OFDM with turbo coder

Fig: Turbo Encoder

Fig: Turbo Decoder


Advantages:

  • Iterative soft decision-based decoding methodology
  • The time Duration is less
  • Retransmission of data over the network decreased
  • Carrier recovery is high for other applications is high

Application:

  • Dual scenario rate capacity networks
  • City coverage area analysis on Improvement through WIFI connection.
  • Medical application through Emergency Analysis on a mobile communication

Software Requirement:

  • MATLAB 2014a or above versions

References:-

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