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MIMO Wiretap Channels with Multiple Jamming Signals: A Secrecy Outage Performance Analysis

In this paper, assuming an interference-limited eavesdropper scenario, the secrecy outage performance of multiple-input multiple-output wiretap channels with transmit antenna selection is investigated. Considering that the transmitter (Tx) and the receiver (Rx) are equipped with NA and NB antennas, respectively, while the passive eavesdropper is set with NE antennas, closed-form expressions for the secrecy outage probability and non-zero secrecy rate are derived. In our analysis, a selection combining (SC) scheme is employed at the Rx, while the eavesdropper uses a maximal-ratio combining (MRC) one. The derived outage expressions hold for arbitrary power distributed jamming signals. An asymptotic analysis is carried out to show the impact of the number of jamming signals and number of antennas on the secrecy outage performance. Interestingly, our results show that the diversity order equals to min(M,NANB), with M denoting the number of jamming signals.

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