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Primary User Emulation Attack and countermeasures in Cognitive Radio Network: A Survey

Author : P.Sharmila Rani 1 Dr.R.Hemalatha 2

Date of Publication :11th May 2021

Abstract: In the scenario of dynamic spectrum access in a Cognitive Radio Network (CRN), the authorized frequency is always used by Primary Users (PU) or Licensed Users (LU) and Cognitive Radio (CR) users can use this spectrum when licensed users are not utilizing it. In some cases, a complete similar kind of signal is generated by the attacker, and it looks like an error created by the Licensed User. So, the CR user is confused, and it erroneously detects the attacker as licensed user and immediately vacates the spectrum. This type of attacker is named as Primary user Emulation Attack (PUEA). Detection and defense of PUE attack, recognizing the interferences produced by the multiple PUEA to the PU and also to analyze the various problems arising in the data transmission are an important aspects in successful functioning of a CRN. This paper mainly focuses on PUEA and its defensive strategies in a CRN.

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