Chaotic Waveform Diversity and Design: Part I - Motivation

Chaotic Waveform Diversity and Design: Part I - Motivation

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Chaotic signals are deterministic but appear random and it is these particular features which make chaotic signals potentially useful for secure communication applications. This chapter has identified various types of chaotic systems and provided some of the motivation for their use in chaotic waveform diversity. The remaining two parts of this series address some of the practical issues concerned with chaotic waveform diversity and design.

Inspec keywords: telecommunication security; signal processing; chaotic communication

Other keywords: chaotic waveform design; communication security; chaotic signals; secure communication; chaotic waveform diversity

Subjects: Signal processing and detection; Communication system theory

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