Vol. 14, no.1, 2022


Information Technologies Based on Noise-like Signals: I. Discrete Chaotic Algorithms

Nikita A. Ageykin, Vladimir I. Grachev, Viktor I. Ryabenkov, Vladimir V. Kolesov

Kotelnikov Institute of Radioengineering and Electronics of RAS, http://www.cplire.ru/
Moscow 125009, Russian Federation
E-mail: ageykin_niki@mail.ru, grachev@cplire.ru, ryabenkov.vi@list.ru, kvv@cplire.ru

Received March 20, 2022, peer-reviewed March 24, 2022, accepted March 27, 2022

Abstract: Perspective directions of using information technologies based on dynamic chaos for the transmission, processing, storage and protection of information are considered. On the basis of nonlinear systems with chaotic dynamics, finite-dimensional generating mathematical algorithms have been developed for the synthesis of chaotic encoding signals with increased structural complexity. The analysis of structural and fractal complexity of pseudo-random integer and binary sequences has been carried out. It is shown that complex coding signals of this type have a high information capacity and, in terms of statistical, correlation, and fractal properties, practically coincide with the parameters of random sequences and can be effectively used in various multi-user radio engineering systems where high noise immunity, protection against unauthorized access, and cryptographic strength are required.

Keywords: information technologies, chaotic dynamics, pseudo-random sequences, information coding

UDC 621.391

RENSIT, 2022, 14(1):47-64 DOI: 10.17725/rensit.2022.14.047.

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