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Title: Experimentation Framework for Wireless Communication Systems under Jamming Scenarios Dataset
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<p>Data files were used in support of the research paper titled &#34;“Experimentation Framework for Wireless<br /> Communication Systems under Jamming Scenarios&#34; which has been submitted to the IET Cyber-PhysicalMore>>
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Zenodo
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10355683
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1730140
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National Science Foundation
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