Encryption of speech signal with multiple secret keys in time and transform domains
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This paper introduces a new speech cryptosystem, which is based on permutation and masking of speech segments using multiple secret keys in both time and transform domains. The main key is generated, randomly, using a Pseudo Noise (PN) sequence generator, and two other keys are generated from the main key to be used in the subsequent rounds of encryption. Either the Discrete Cosine Transform (DCT) or the Discrete Sine Transform (DST) can be used in the proposed cryptosystem to remove the residual intelligibility resulting from permutation and masking in the time domain. In the proposed cryptosystem, the permutation process is performed with circular shifts calculated from the key bits. The utilized mask is also generated from the secret key by circular shifts. The proposed cryptosystem has a low complexity, small delay, and high degree of security. Simulation results prove that the proposed cryptosystem is robust to the presence of noise.
KeywordsSpeech encryption Chaotic maps Advanced encryption standard (AES) DCT DST
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