INL’s vast wireless and cyber security capabilities and expertise enable industry, academia, government and public safety to conduct:
Wireless RF Signal ID and Protocol Reverse Engineering (WiFIRE)
WiFIRE can be effectively used to baseline wireless environments to make it secure.
WiFIRE helps combat wireless attacks by monitoring wireless networks in real time, giving users the ability to respond to security breaches as they’re occurring. Should it detect rogue devices, WiFIRE provides security measures like alerting law enforcement personnel, blocking unwanted data transmission, starting data and/or video recording for potential legal use, and even locating intruders before damage is done. The technology helps protect the nation’s critical infrastructure, making attacks on the power grid and water supply increasingly difficult.
mmWave Autonomous Beam Scheduling
WIRELESS SECURITY INSTITUTE’S SECOND WORKSHOP GOALS
At INL our researchers are supporting emerging spectrum sharing technology, engineering analyses, and technology testing, to support the acceleration of 5G technology. INL researchers have created multiple waveforms and novel spectrum-analysis systems. Areas of expertise include: