On the Average Secrecy Outage Rate and Average Secrecy Outage Duration of Wiretap Channels with Rician Fading
In this paper, we study important physical layer security metrics over wiretap channels with Rician fading. We derive the average secrecy outage rate (ASOR) expression to quantify the average secrecy zero level crossing rate, and the expression of the average secrecy outage duration (ASOD), which measures (in second) how long in average the system remains in the secrecy outage status. Simulation results are conducted to confirm and discuss the theoretical derived expressions. The results show that maximum Doppler frequency shift and signal to noise ratio (SNR) at the eavesdropper are the main factors that affect the ASOR and ASOD.
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