Protective Selective Jamming Attack for 4G/LTE Networks

Kasimbee Shaik


Increasing demands for high-speed broadband wireless communications with voice over long term evolution (LTE), video on demand, multimedia, and mission-critical applications for public safety motivate 4th-generation (4G) and 5G communication developments. The level IP-based LTE and LTE-Advanced innovations are the normal key drivers for 5G. Be that as it may, LTE, with its slipped by security mechanism and open nature, leaves an immense proviso for interlopers to risk the whole correspondence network. The time and data transfer capacity expending validation technique in LTE prompts benefit interruptions and influences it to unfit for open wellbeing applications. To provide food the predominant LTE security and administration necessities, we propose the protective selective jamming mechanism, which is composed of two dependent protocols: 1) Privacy-protected for DDoS attack and 2) Selection for attacking users. The PSJM supports seamless communication with a minimum signaling load on core elements and conceals users' permanent identifiers to ensure user privacy. We simulate the proposed conventions for authentication with the broadly acknowledged robotized approval of Internet security conventions and applications instrument. A relative examination of data transfer capacity and energy utilization is likewise performed and demonstrated through NS2 tool that the proposed 4GCPAM beats the current arrangements.

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