A battery of recorded spoofing scenarios has been compiled for evaluating civil Global Positioning System (GPS) signal authentication techniques. The battery can be considered the data component of an evolving standard meant to define the notion of spoof resistance for commercial GPS receivers. The setup used to record the scenarios is described. A detailed description of each scenario reveals readily detectable anomalies that spoofing detectors could target to improve GPS security.

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T.E. Humphreys, J.A. Bhatti, D.P. Shepard, and K.D. Wesson, "The Texas Spoofing Test Battery: Toward a Standard for Evaluating GPS Signal Authentication Techniques," Proc. ION GNSS, Nashville, TN, 2012.