INFORMATION SECURITY OF COMMUNICATION CHANNEL WITH UAV

V. V. Kirichenko

Abstract


This paper analyses the issues of closing the communication channel with an unmanned aerialvehicle by using cryptographic means. Requirements applicable to such means are formulated. The methodof information encryption envisaging use of direct and reverse dynamical systems is considered.There has been carried out a series of experiments on information conversion with the encryptiondecryptionsystem that showed some algorithm features based on the above mentioned systems

Keywords


Aircraft motion control; unmanned aerial vehicle; UAV communication channels; cryptographic protection; block packet cipher; Lorenz system; ring of integers

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