Type

Conference Proceedings

Authors

Keith Edward Nolan

Subjects

Engineering

Topics
laboratory signal snr experiments steady state frequency domain approach universal software radio peripherals fingerprinting chain

Radio transmitter fingerprinting: A steady state frequency domain approach (2008)

Abstract We present a novel technique for radio transmitter identification based on frequency domain characteristics. Our technique detects the unique features imbued in a signal as it passes through a transmit chain. We are the first to propose the use of discriminatory classifiers based on steady state spectral features. In laboratory experiments, we achieve 97% accuracy at 30dB SNR and 66% accuracy at 0dB SNR based on eight identical Universal Software Radio Peripherals (USRP) transmitters. Our technique can be implemented using today?s low cost high-volume receivers and requires no manual performance tuning.
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