A Survey of Side-Channel Sensing in Wireless Networked Systems

Zicheng Chi, Ting Zhu, Dingde Jiang, Ping Yi

Abstract


In recent years, Side-Channel Sensing(SCS) became hotter and hotter in wireless network (a type of computer network that uses wireless data connection to connect network nodes) and mobile computing (a computer is transported during usage) systems. People found that sensors, RF radios, or even daily used lamps potentially can have more and stronger functionalities than their original purposes. Usually, the SCS can enable new application, save energy, perform novel communication or provide special data. Because of SCS, the fields such as Human-Computer Interaction, Indoor Localization and Device-to-Device Communication got further improved. In this paper, we perform a comprehensive survey on Side-Channel Sensing and analyze the concerns on energy, communication, and data. To do this, we firstly classify the recent studies by original purposes and extensional purposes. Later, we analyze the energy, communication, and data concerns on the technical layer. Eventually, we provide a summary on related works. Our survey covers more than 60 studies in recent three years from relative high ranked conferences.       In recent years, Side-Channel Sensing(SCS) became hotter and hotter in wireless network (a type of computer network that uses wireless data connection to connect network nodes) and mobile computing (a computer is transported during usage) systems. People found that sensors, RF radios, or even daily used lamps potentially can have more and stronger functionalities than their original purposes. Usually, the SCS can enable new application, save energy, perform novel communication or provide special data. Because of SCS, the fields such as Human-Computer Interaction, Indoor Localization and Device-to-Device Communication got further improved. In this paper, we perform a comprehensive survey on Side-Channel Sensing and analyze the concerns on energy, communication, and data. To do this, we firstly classify the recent studies by original purposes and extensional purposes. Later, we analyze the energy, communication, and data concerns on the technical layer. Eventually, we provide a summary on related works. Our survey covers more than 60 studies in recent three years from relative high ranked conferences.  

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Side-channel; Sensing; Wireless Network;

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22385/jctecs.v3i0.64