Wireless Physical-Layer Identification: Modeling and Validation

@article{Wang2016WirelessPI,
  title={Wireless Physical-Layer Identification: Modeling and Validation},
  author={Wenhao Wang and Zhi Sun and Kui Ren and Bocheng Zhu and Sixu Piao},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security},
  year={2016},
  volume={11},
  pages={2091-2106}
}
The wireless physical-layer identification (WPLI) techniques utilize the unique features of the physical waveforms of wireless signals to identify and classify authorized devices. As the inherent physical-layer features are difficult to forge, WPLI is deemed as a promising technique for wireless security solutions. However, as of today, it still remains unclear whether the existing WPLI techniques can be applied under real-world requirements and constraints. In this paper, through both… CONTINUE READING
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