IQ signals captured from LTE, WiFi, and DVB-T
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- Jaron Fontaine
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- Tue, 03/07/2023 - 04:26
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This dataset contains IQ samples captured over-the-air in six different locations in Gent, Belgium (UZ, Reep, Rabot, Merelbeke, iGent and Gentbrugge). Each location has unique data characteristics (e.g. different signal strength and noise levels) due to different physical signal propagations. As an example, these differences in two locations (top two and bottom two rows) are displayed on the spectrograms.
The sampling rate used was 1M samples per sec. If it is not the case, it is mentioned in the file name.
File naming convention
The .bin file naming convention is as follows: Technology-name”sampling-frequency”_USRP-gain_center-frequency_file-name
For example, wf10Msps_g76_rabot_f5240MHz_r1.bin Wf = WiFi Sampling frequency = 10Msps USRP gain = 76dB Center frequency = 5240 MHz.
An example script (script_for_Accessing_bin_files.m) is provided to process the binary files with MATLAB.