Synchronization of Two Chaotic Stream Ciphers in Secure CDMA Communication Systems
In the basic processing of Code Division Multiple Access (CDMA) systems using chaotic code sequences, a pair of chaos generators in the transmitter and the receiver are used to generate the same sequence, in order to synchronize and retrieve the transmitted signals. In addition, a filter with a simple structure should be integrated into chaotic signals to achieve the maximum of the signal to noise ratio and mitigate the harmful effects of multipath. Another effective property of chaos signal is that a wireless multipath channel does not change the amount of contained information. Considering those issues, the present paper describes a practical system for synchronizing two chaotic generators used in a digital CDMA. Chaotic generators were used to spread the data and provide security against attack. Both receiver and transmitter were implemented using two separate Spartan 6 FPGA boards. Experimental results proved the robustness of the proposed method which could contribute towards the synchronization of chaotic signals in secure CDMA communication systems.
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