Amani Al-shawabka, Francesco Restuccia, Salvatore D’Oro and Tommaso Melodia, "Massive-Scale I/Q Datasets for WiFi Radio Fingerprinting," Computer Networks, vol. 182, December 2020.

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Amani Al-shawabka
Francesco Restuccia
Salvatore D’Oro
Tommaso Melodia

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@article{alshawabka2020massive,     author = {Al-shawabka, Amani and Restuccia, Francesco and D’Oro, Salvatore and Melodia, Tommaso},     title = {{Massive-Scale I/Q Datasets for WiFi Radio Fingerprinting}},     journal = {Computer Networks},     publisher = {Elsevier},     month = {December},     volume = {182},     year = {2020},     doi = {10.1016/j.comnet.2020.107566},    }

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