Use of BDS statistic to estimate security of a signal obtained by mixing chaotic carrier
Efficiency of using the method of mixing a chaotic carrier to provide signal security in information transmission systems with use of BDS statistic is studied in this work. By means of statistical modeling for a specific example the increase in security by more than four times is demonstrated.
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