A secure communication system based on a modified chaotic chua oscillator
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In this paper we propose a new scheme for secure communications us- ing a modified Chua oscillator. A modification of the oscillator is proposed in order to facilitate the decryption. The communication system requires two channels for transmitting the message. One of the channels transmits a chaotic signal generated by the oscillator and is used for synchronization. The second channel transmits the message encrypted by a nonlinear function. This function is built in terms of one of the chaotic signals, different from that sent on the first channel. In the receiver side, a synchronizer reconstructs the chaotic oscillator signals, one of which is used for the decryption of the message. The synchronization system is designed via Lyapunov theory and chaoticity proves via Poincar ´e maps and Lyapunov exponents will be pro- vided in order to demonstrate the feasibility of our system. Numerical simulations will be used to evaluate the performance of the system.
CitationZapateiro, M.; Acho, L.; Vidal, Y. A secure communication system based on a modified chaotic chua oscillator. A: Chaotic Modeling and Simulation International Conference. "Proceedings of the 7th Chaotic Modeling and Simulation International Conference". Lisbon: 2014, p. 75-84.