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Automatic Modulation Classification Using Grey Relational Analysis
(Virginia Tech, 2011-04-25)
One component of wireless communications of increasing necessity in both civilian and military applications is the process of automatic modulation classification. Modulation of a detected signal of unknown origin requiring ...
Eigenspace Approach to Specific Emitter Identification of Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing Signals
(Virginia Tech, 2011-11-16)
Specific emitter identification is a technology used to uniquely identify a class of wireless devices, and in some cases a single device. Minute differences in the implementation of a wireless communication standard from ...
Massively Parallel Hidden Markov Models for Wireless Applications
(Virginia Tech, 2011-12-05)
Cognitive radio is a growing field in communications which allows a radio to automatically configure its transmission or reception properties in order to reduce interference, provide better quality of service, or allow for ...
Component-Based Design and Service-Oriented Architectures in Software-Defined Radio
(Virginia Tech, 2011-04-22)
Software-Defined Radio (SDR) is a large field of research, and is rapidly expanding in terms of capabilities and applications. As the number of SDR platforms, deployments, and use-cases grow, interoperability, compatibility, ...
Design and Implementation of a MAC protocol for Wireless Distributed Computing
(Virginia Tech, 2011-06-20)
The idea of wireless distributed computing (WDC) is rapidly gaining recognition owing to its promising potential in military, public safety and commercial applications. This concept basically entails distributing a ...
Distributed Localization for Wireless Distributed Networks in Indoor Environments
(Virginia Tech, 2011-06-28)
Positioning systems enable location-awareness for mobile devices, computers, and even tactical radios. From the collected location information, location-based services can be realized. One type of positioning system is ...