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WIDEFT: A Corpus of Radio Frequency Signals for Wireless Device Fingerprint Research

Abu Bucker Siddik; Dawson Drake; Thomas Wilkinson; Phillip L. De Leon; Steven Sandoval; Margaret Campos

The WIDEFT data corpus has been created to provide bursts from wireless devices in the spectrum of Bluetooth, WiFi, and other RF signals to further research of the acquisition and usage of wireless device fingerprints. WIDEFT was developed through the efforts of the Physical Science Laboratories (PSL) at New Mexico State University (NMSU). Data collection was recorded at PSL and at NMSU main campus and cataloged, maintained, and prepared for release at PSL.

Please cite the following article:

A. Bucker Siddik, D. Drake, T. Wilkinson, P. L. De Leon, S. Sandoval, and M. Campos, “WIDEFT: A Corpus of Radio Frequency Signals for Wireless Device Fingerprint Research,” IEEE Int. Symp. Technol. Homel. Secur. (HST), 2021.

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  • A. Bucker Siddik, D. Drake, T. Wilkinson, P. L. De Leon, S. Sandoval, and M. Campos, "WIDEFT: A Corpus of Radio Frequency Signals for Wireless Device Fingerprint Research," IEEE Int. Symp. Technol. Homel. Secur. (HST), 2021.

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