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2007 IEEE SMC Information Assurance and Security Workshop
Traditionally, omnidirectional, radio frequency (RF) communication has been made resistant to jamming by the use of a secret key that is shared by the sender and receiver. There are no known methods for achieving jam resistance without that shared key. Unfortunately, wireless communication is now reaching a scale and a level of importance where such secret-key systems are becoming impractical. For example, the civilian side of the Global Positioning System (GPS) cannot use a shared secret,doi:10.1109/iaw.2007.381926 fatcat:7ugjpcdjs5gbdi2g3frdwyfa2i