Q&A with Patrick Tague

September 11, 2009

CyLab Chronicles interviews new faculty member, Patrick Tague. Tague is an assistant research professor with CyLab and the INI who is based at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley. In the interview he discusses his recent research and publications in the area of network security.

Interview excerpt:

Classical anti-jamming technology leverages diversity in the physical medium using multiple communication channels, separated in time, frequency, or code space. However, by jointly considering multiple protocol layers, additional sources of diversity become available. This cross-layered approach to anti-jamming parallels the recent exposure of highly-efficient jamming strategies using higher layer protocol information to conserve jammer resources.

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