Fifth-generation (5G) wireless systems increased the bandwidth, improved the speed, and shortened the latency of communications systems. Various channel models are developed to study 5G. These channel models reproduce the stochastic properties of multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO) antennas by generating wireless multipath components (MPCs). The MPCs that have similar properties in delay, angles of departure, and angles of arrival form clusters. The multipaths and multipath clusters serve as datasets and are clustered to understand the properties of 5G.


We present Hermes – a novel, low-cost, wireless, batteryless, energy harvesting system for aerial vehicles for sensing wind speed and Angle of Attack (AoA) concurrently. Hermes comprises a set of piezoelectric films which flutter due to incoming wind and the characteristics of this aeroelastic flutter are utilized for determining the wind speed and AoA of the head-wind. Hermes consists of five piezoelectric flags that are mounted on rigid clamps specifically placed at different angles.


In this dataset, based on a beam sweeping experiment in the 60 GHz band in an indoor environment, we provide the acquired IQ data samples (containing the announced TX antenna weighting vectors (AWV) index as information) for the given RX AWV index, location, and carrier frequency. We also include the information obtained after processing the PPDU in IQ data.


Channel frequency response (CFR) dataset used for "In-Situ Calibration of Antenna Arrays for Positioning With 5G Networks" paper (IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, in print, doi: 10.1109/TMTT.2023.3256532, preprint link:


Fifth Generation 5G cellular network users are increasing exponentially, where 5G coverage is a challenge for global telecommunications to provide end-users with maximum Quality of Experience (QoE). 5G technology New Radio (NR) is developed  to address high bandwidth, low latency and massive connectivity requirements of enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) compared to Fourth Generation (4G) Long-Term Evolution (LTE).


Traces of Bluetooth sightings by groups of users carrying small devices (iMotes) for a number of days.

This data includes a number of traces of Bluetooth sightings by groups of users carrying small devices (iMotes) for a number of days - in office environments, conference environments, and city environments.

All versions of this dataset, oldest to newest: v. 2006-01-31,  v. 2006-09-15,  v. 2009-05-29.

network type: bluetooth


The Berlin V2X dataset offers high-resolution GPS-located wireless measurements across diverse urban environments in the city of Berlin for both cellular and sidelink radio access technologies, acquired with up to 4 cars over 3 days. The data enables thus a variety of different ML studies towards vehicle-to-anything (V2X) communication.

The data includes information on:


The development in the automation sector and aircraft design has enabled enormous innovations in the urban aviation sector, which includes Advanced Air Mobility (AAM). AAM includes the on-demand air transportation of goods and passengers using the drone between aerodromes within Air Corridors. Air Corridors are an integral part of AAM, a performance-based controlled airspace where drones follow a specific set of protocols. This includes appointing the Skylane, route availability, traffic control, collision avoidance, etc.


Five users aged 23, 25, 31, 42, and 46 participated in the experiment. The users sat comfortably in a chair. A green LED of 1 cm diameter was placed at a distance of about 1 meter from a person's eyes. EEG signals were recorded using g.USBAmp with 16 active electrodes. The users were stimulated with flickering LED lights with frequencies: 5 Hz, 6 Hz, 7 Hz, and 8 Hz. The stimulation lasted 30 seconds. The recorded signals were divided into the data used for training, the first 20 seconds, and the data used for testing, the next 10 seconds, for each signal.


In the digital era of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the conventional Critical Infrastructures (CIs) are transformed into smart environments with multiple benefits, such as pervasive control, self-monitoring and self-healing. However, this evolution is characterised by several cyberthreats due to the necessary presence of insecure technologies. DNP3 is an industrial communication protocol which is widely adopted in the CIs of the US. In particular, DNP3 allows the remote communication between Industrial Control Systems (ICS) and Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA).