Air Traffic Security: Aircraft Classification Using ADS-B Message’s Phase-Pattern
AbstractAutomatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is a surveillance system used in Air Traffic Control. With this system, the aircraft transmits their own information (identity, position, velocity, etc.) to any equipped listener for surveillance scope. The ADS-B is based on a very simple protocol and does not provide any kind of authentication and encryption, making it vulnerable to many types of cyber-attacks. In the paper, the use of the airplane/transmitter carrier phase is proposed as a feature to perform a classification of the aircraft and, therefore, distinguish legitimate messages from fake ones. The feature extraction process is described and a classification method is selected. Finally, a complete intruder detection algorithm is proposed and evaluated with real data. View Full-Text
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Leonardi, M.; Di Gregorio, L.; Di Fausto, D. Air Traffic Security: Aircraft Classification Using ADS-B Message’s Phase-Pattern. Aerospace 2017, 4, 51.
Leonardi M, Di Gregorio L, Di Fausto D. Air Traffic Security: Aircraft Classification Using ADS-B Message’s Phase-Pattern. Aerospace. 2017; 4(4):51.Chicago/Turabian Style
Leonardi, Mauro; Di Gregorio, Luca; Di Fausto, Davide. 2017. "Air Traffic Security: Aircraft Classification Using ADS-B Message’s Phase-Pattern." Aerospace 4, no. 4: 51.
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