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Towards Security Issues in State-of-the-Art Signal Transmission

EasyChair Preprint no. 10627

6 pagesDate: July 27, 2023


Signals are generated when data or command is communicated to a device. It is having a tremendous implementation in both electronic and electrical components, but it normally refers to both digital and analog communication technologies and the devices. Each individual signal carries some important information in a form that may be confidential. The information is embedded into the signal using analog modulation techniques or digital modulation techniques, depending on the source device and/or medium device and destination device. Many technologies have been developed in recent years for storing and sharing valuable information regarding a signal. This paper pertains to security challenges with potential defenses in the signal transmission for more honorable and reliable in-state-of-the-art communication technology.

Keyphrases: Hardware Trojan, locking, Obfuscation, Side-channel fingerprinting, signal, trigger

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  author = {Debasis Gountia and Bijay Srinibas Nag and Swarnalata Pati and Manjit Kumar Nayak and Subrat Kumar Acharya and Neelamani Samal and Amitav Mahapatra and Rakesh Ranjan Behera},
  title = {Towards Security Issues in State-of-the-Art Signal Transmission},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 10627},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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