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The C-based Firmware Patching Framework for Broadcom/Cypress WiFi Chips that enables Monitor Mode, Frame Injection and much more
Researching and reverse engineering Apple's wireless ecosystem focusing on the Apple Wireless Direct Link (AWDL) protocol.
A Lightweight Framework for Agile Distributed Network Experiments
Wireshark Dissector for Apple Wireless Direct Link (AWDL) and Apple's CoreCapture logging framework
Talon Tools: The Framework for Practical IEEE 802.11ad Research
The nexmon C-based firmware patching framework adapted for the ARC architecture.
LEDE environment ported to support TP-Link TALON AD7200 devices.
Tunnels a regular TCP connection through an AWDL link by exploiting the NetService API
Proof of concept project for operating Broadcom Wi-Fi chips as arbitrary signal transmitters similar to software-defined radios (SDRs)
Wi-Fi based covert channel that hides information in hand crafted acknowledgement frames imitating additional channel effects that can be extracted from channel state information at the intended receiver.
Example project for extracting channel state information of up to 80 MHz wide 802.11ac Wi-Fi transmissions using the BCM4339 Wi-Fi chip of Nexus 5 smartphones.
Debugger with hardware breakpoints and memory watchpoints for BCM4339 Wi-Fi chips
Click implementation of SEMUD (based on the Castor routing protocol)
Natural Disaster Mobility Model and Scenarios in the ONE
Antenna Sector Patterns as obtained by Measurements in the CoNEXT'17 paper
This project contains the nexmon-based source code of the ping offloading application used in our WiNTECH 2017 paper.
This project contains the nexmon-based source code required to repeat the experiments of our WiSec 2017 paper.
This project contains all measured data and scripts to recreate the plots used in our WiSec 2017 paper.
This project contains the nexmon-based source code of the jammer used in our WiSec 2017 demo Android app.
This project contains source code of our Nexmon-based jammer app presented as a demo at WiSec 2017.
This repository contains patched Linux kernel sources to run energy measurements on the Wi-Fi chip of a Nexus 5 smartphone.
mmTrace: Millimeter Wave Propagation Simulation
DEPRECATED: Monitor Mode and Firmware patching framework for the Raspberry Pi 3, development moved to: https://github.com/seemoo-lab/nexmon
DEPRECATED: Monitor Mode and Firmware patching framework for the Google Nexus 5, development moved to: https://github.com/seemoo-lab/nexmon