Implications of Radio Fingerprinting on the Security of Sensor Networks

  title={Implications of Radio Fingerprinting on the Security of Sensor Networks},
  • Published 2007
We demonstrate the feasibility of fingerprinting the radio of wireless sensor nodes (Chipcon 1000 radio, 433MHz). We show that, with this type of devices, a receiver can create device radio fingerprints and subsequently identify origins of messages exchanged between the devices, even if message contents and device identifiers are hidden. We further analyze… CONTINUE READING

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