RF Fingerprinting (Radio Frequency Fingerprinting)

From NENA Knowledge Base

RF Fingerprinting (Radio Frequency Fingerprinting) is a process that identifies the device or signaler from which a radio transmission originated by looking at the properties of its transmission, including specific radio frequencies. Each signal originator has its own specific "fingerprint" based on the location and configuration of its transmitted signals.

Relevant NENA Documents
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NENA-STA-015, NENA Standard Data Formats for 9-1-1 Data Exchange & GIS Mapping