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Vol. 174, Issue 7, July 2014, pp. 144-149




Knowledge Level Based Methods for Jamming UAVs Communication

1 Zhang Yu, 2 Liu Feng

1,2School of Computer and Information Science, Southwest University, Chongqing, China
1 Tel.: 86-23-68254173

1 E-mail: zhangyu@swu.edu.cn


Received: 7 June 2014 /Accepted: 7 July 2014 /Published: 31 July 2014

Digital Sensors and Sensor Sysstems


Abstract: We focus on jamming the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) communications efficiently. Firstly, the UAVs’ information (moving speed, direction, position, radius and the center) available to a jammer is divided into 5 knowledge levels. Secondly, the problem of UAVs communication jamming is stated. Then, we design jamming methods (L1: RSMR, L2: FMR, L3: RMR, L4: CMT and L5: CPT) for jammers according to their knowledge levels. Finally, the jamming methods are simulated in two scenarios. The simulation result shows that with more knowledge included, the better result the jammer may output. L5 method performs best. L4 method takes the second place. The performance of L3 method is higher than L2’s, but is lower than L4’s. L1 method performs worst.


Keywords: Knowledge level, Jamming methods, UAV communication.


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