A Software-Defined Radio Receiver for APCO Project 25 Signals

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Glass, Steve; Portmann, Marius; Vallipuram, Muthukkumarasamy


2009-05-22


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International Workshop on Advanced Topics in Mobile Computing for Emergency Management: Communication and Computing Platforms


Leipzig, Germany


67--72


APCO Project 25 (P25) is the digital communications standard that has widespread deployment amongst emergency ?rst-responders in several different countries. This paper describes the implementation of a low-cost software-defined radio receiver for APCO Project 25 signals. The P25 receiver has been developed as part of an investigation into the security of the P25 protocol suite and provides low-level access to the actual message traffic using the WireShark packet sniffer. The proposed P25 receiver is a useful diagnostic and security analysis tool. Our initial experience suggests that the flexibility of the software-defined radio approach is well-suited to meeting the varying needs of public-safety radio communications.


ACM


public-safety software-defined-radio


http://portal.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1582395


nicta:1710


Glass, Steve; Portmann, Marius; Vallipuram, Muthukkumarasamy. A Software-Defined Radio Receiver for APCO Project 25 Signals. In: International Workshop on Advanced Topics in Mobile Computing for Emergency Management: Communication and Computing Platforms; Leipzig, Germany. ACM; 2009-05-22. 67--72. http://hdl.handle.net/102.100.100/111085?index=1



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