2018 Volume E101.A Issue 5 Pages 878-882
This letter considers a legitimate proactive eavesdropping scenario, where a half-duplex legitimate monitor hires a third-party jammer for jamming the suspicious communication to improve the eavesdropping performance. The interaction between the third-party jammer and the monitor is modeled as a Stackelberg game, where the jammer moves first and sets the price for jamming the suspicious communication, and then the legitimate monitor moves subsequently and determines the requested transmit power of the jamming signals. We derive the optimal jamming price and the optimal jamming transmit power. It is shown that the proposed price-based proactive eavesdropping scheme is effective in improving the successful eavesdropping probability compared to the case without jamming. It is also shown that the proposed scheme outperforms the existing full-duplex scheme when the residual self-interference cannot be neglected.