Toward receiver, modulation, carrier and symbol rate agnostic SEI Dataset

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Xiong Zha
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Sun, 08/13/2023 - 08:39
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Specific emitter identification (SEI)  is a promising authentication paradigm in physical layer security (PLS). Despite the significant success of existing SEI schemes, most of them assume that the distributions of the training dataset and the test dataset are consistent. However, in most practical scenarios, when the signal parameters change, the distribution of the samples will changes,  resulting in a significant performance degradation. To this end, we construct a SEI dataset with variable parameters, including variable receiver, variable modulation, variable carrier and variable symbol rate. Compared to existing public works, the constructed  dataset comprehensively considers the impact of different signal parameters on SEI tasks, providing data support for subsequent research work.



1. Unzip the source ZIP file. The SEI dataset consist 5 emitters (5 USRP B210), 3 receivers (3 Tektronix RSA306B), 4 modulation modes (BPSK, QPSK, 8PSK, 16QAM), 3 carrier frequency (2.4GHz, 2.2GHz, 2.0GHz), 2 Symbol rate (120KHz, 100KHz).

2. Emitter label:  C0-A, C1-A, C2-A, C3-A, C4-A.

3. Receiver label: R0, R1, R2.

4. Modulation mode label: BPSK, QPSK, 8PSK, 16QAM.

5. Carrier Frequency label: C0, C1, C2, where C0=2.4GHz, C1=2.2GHz and C2=2.0GHz.

6. Symbol rate label: S0, S1 where S0=120KHz and S1=100KHz.