This poster focuses on using software-defined radio to collect device signature information. The goal of this project is to create a testing environment that is ideal for collecting device fingerprinting data specifically for nRF24L01+ and Heltec WIFI LoRa 32 (V2) modules. This project takes three computing devices, one laptop and two Raspberry Pi computers, as well as a USRP B200 SDR to validate and record the traffic between the RF devices. The laptop is in charge of driving the SDR next to the RX – this is implemented using the GNU Radio Companion software (GRC). The two Raspberry Pi computers are in charge of driving two RF modules as TX and RX respectively.
|Secondary Topic||GNU Radio in Education|