Researchers from Erlangen-Nürnberg and Mannheim use our IEEE 802.15.4 (ZigBee) transceiver in their paper on the (in)security of ZigBee 3.0 touchlink commissioning. The paper is available online.
Philipp Morgner, Stephan Mattejat, Zinaida Benenson, Christian Müller and Frederik Armknecht, “Insecure to the Touch: Attacking ZigBee 3.0 via Touchlink Commissioning,” Proceedings of 10th ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks (WiSec’17), Boston, MA, July 2017. [DOI, BibTeX, Details…]
Researchers from Uruguay did some really nice work on our WiFi transceiver. In their paper, published at the 9th Latin America Networking Conference (LANC’16), they present performance optimizations through more efficient demapping of constellation points and an alternate implementation of the viterbi decoder.
We are grateful that the authors contributed their modifications. They are already part of the current version.
Gonzalo Arcos, Rodrigo Ferreri, Matías Richart, Pablo Ezzatti and Eduardo Grampín, “Accelerating an IEEE 802.11 a/g/p Transceiver in GNU Radio,” Proceedings of 9th Latin America Networking Conference (LANC’16), Valparaíso, Chile, October 2016, pp. 13-19. [DOI, BibTeX, Details…]
Researchers from Technische Universität Berlin just released a paper, in which they use our WiFi transceiver to prototype their vision of a software-defined wireless network.
Jonathan Bucker shows in his blog post how to detect MAC address spoofing by associating a device with a characteristic carrier frequency offset. He uses our WiFi transceiver together with RFtap to make the frequency offset estimate available in Wireshark.
A group from Ohio State University used our IEEE 802.11a/g/p transceiver in their recent paper, to be presented at ACM MobiCom 2016.
Wenjie Zhou, Tanmoy Das, Lu Chen, Kannan Srinivasan and Prasun Sinha, "BASIC: Backbone-Assisted Successive Interference Cancellation," Proceedings of 22nd ACM International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom 2016), New York, NY, October 2-16. [DOI, BibTeX, Details...]
We're very happy to launch our new website, which will serve as the main source of information for everything related to the Wime project. We will use it as an outlet for theses, projects, and papers that use our tools.
If you have anything that should be added, please drop us an email. We will be happy to update the website.
A group from University of Washington used our IEEE 802.11a/g/ transceiver and our findings regarding the scrambler seeds of WiFi cards to show the feasibility of inter-technology backscatter communication. The paper will be presented at ACM SIGCOMM 2016.
Vikram Iyer, Vamsi Talla, Bryce Kellogg, Shyamnath Gollakota and Joshua R. Smith, "Inter-Technology Backscatter: Towards Internet Connectivity for Implanted Devices," Proceedings of ACM SIGCOMM 2016, Florianopolis, Brazil, August 2016, pp. 356-369. [DOI, BibTeX, Details...]
The first paper that uses the new channel estimation algorithms of our IEEE 802.11a/g/p transceiver was just accepted for presentation at ACM CarSyS 2016, which will be held in conjunction with ACM MobiCom.
The paper compares the performance of channel estimation algorithms in various environments using recorded traces from field tests. The data mentioned in the paper is already available on our website.
Bastian Bloessl, Mario Gerla and Falko Dressler, "IEEE 802.11p in Fast Fading Scenarios: From Traces to Comparative Studies of Receive Algorithms," Proceedings of 22nd ACM International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom 2016), 1st ACM International Workshop on Smart, Autonomous, and Connected Vehicular Systems and Services (CarSys 2016), New York, NY, October 2016. [DOI, BibTeX, PDF and Details...]
A group from University of Bremen presented a paper on prototyping channel estimation algorithms with our IEEE 802.11a/g/p transceiver. The authors are already working on getting their algorithm upstream. Great!
Razvan-Andrei Stoica, Stefano Severi and Giuseppe Thadeu Freitas de Abreu, "On Prototyping IEEE802.11p Channel Estimators in Real-World Environments Using GNURadio," Proceedings of 2016 IEEE Intelligent Vehicles Symposium (IV), Gothenburg, Sweden, June 2016, pp. 10-15. [DOI, BibTeX, Details...]
Graduate students at Ohio State University use our WiFi transceiver in their project on autonomous driving.
Bastian Bloessl just won the DAAD FitWeltweit scholarship, allowing him to spent six months at the UCLA NRL Lab to work on the Wime Project.
Bastian Bloessl just demonstrated Automatic Gain Control for our IEEE 802.11a/g/p transceiver at Infocom 2015.
Bastian Bloessl, Christoph Sommer and Falko Dressler, "Power Matters: Automatic Gain Control for a Software Defined Radio IEEE 802.11a/g/p Receiver," Proceedings of 34th IEEE Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM 2015), Demo Session, Hong Kong, China, April 2015, pp. 25-26. [DOI, BibTeX, PDF and Details...]
David Eckhoff just presented a paper introducing the Scrambler Attack, a novel finger printing technique that relies on data extracted with our IEEE 802.11a/g/p transceiver.
Bastian Bloessl, Christoph Sommer, Falko Dressler and David Eckhoff, "The Scrambler Attack: A Robust Physical Layer Attack on Location Privacy in Vehicular Networks," Proceedings of 4th IEEE International Conference on Computing, Networking and Communications (ICNC 2015), CNC Workshop, Anaheim, CA, February 2015, pp. 395-400. [DOI, BibTeX, PDF and Details...]
Bastian Bloessl presented our GNU Radio WiFi transceiver at FOSDEM 2014 in Belgium.
We just received the Best Demo Paper at Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC) 2013 for our paper about the GNU Radio IEEE 802.11a/g/p implementation.
Bastian Bloessl, Michele Segata, Christoph Sommer and Falko Dressler, "Towards an Open Source IEEE 802.11p Stack: A Full SDR-based Transceiver in GNURadio," Proceedings of 5th IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC 2013), Boston, MA, December 2013, pp. 143-149. [DOI, BibTeX, PDF and Details...]
We just received the Best Demo Award at ACM MobiCom 2013 for demonstrating our GNU Radio IEEE 802.11a/g/p implementation.
Bastian Bloessl, Michele Segata, Christoph Sommer and Falko Dressler, "Decoding IEEE 802.11a/g/p OFDM in Software using GNU Radio," Proceedings of 19th ACM International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom 2013), Demo Session, Miami, FL, October 2013, pp. 159-161. [DOI, BibTeX, PDF and Details...]