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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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, ...