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  • White Papers // Nov 2011

    Enhanced Low-Complexity Detector Design for Embedded Cyclostationary Signatures

    This paper presents a novel cyclostationary signature detector designed for robust detection of embedded signatures under frequency-selective fading conditions. Cyclostationary signatures are features which may be intentionally embedded in a digital communications signal, detected through cyclostationary analysis and used as a unique identifier. It has been shown that such signatures...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Multi-Platform Demonstrations Using the Iris Architecture for Cognitive Radio Network Testbeds

    This paper presents three reconfigurable radio systems developed within CTVR, The Telecommunications Research Center and demonstrated at the IEEE International Dynamic SPectrum Access Networks (DySPAN) symposium held in Chicago in October 2008. All three systems were developed using the Iris cognitive radio network architecture. Each system employs a different processing...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Smartphones Let Loose - The Museological Potential of Wireless Technology

    The use of wireless devices such as camera phones, PDAs and tablets tends to be restricted, if not subjected to a blanket ban, within art galleries, museums and other exhibition spaces. The reasons behind such restrictions are many, but are typically grounded in a fear of their disruption to other...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Smartphones Let Loose - The Museological Potential of Wireless Technology

    The use of wireless devices such as camera phones, PDAs and tablets tends to be restricted, if not subjected to a blanket ban, within art galleries, museums and other exhibition spaces. The reasons behind such restrictions are many, but are typically grounded in a fear of their disruption to other...

    Provided By University of Dublin

  • White Papers // May 2010

    Multi-Platform Demonstrations Using the Iris Architecture for Cognitive Radio Network Testbeds

    This paper presents three reconfigurable radio systems developed within CTVR, The Telecommunications Research Center and demonstrated at the IEEE International Dynamic SPectrum Access Networks (DySPAN) symposium held in Chicago in October 2008. All three systems were developed using the Iris cognitive radio network architecture. Each system employs a different processing...

    Provided By University of Dublin

  • White Papers // Nov 2011

    Enhanced Low-Complexity Detector Design for Embedded Cyclostationary Signatures

    This paper presents a novel cyclostationary signature detector designed for robust detection of embedded signatures under frequency-selective fading conditions. Cyclostationary signatures are features which may be intentionally embedded in a digital communications signal, detected through cyclostationary analysis and used as a unique identifier. It has been shown that such signatures...

    Provided By University of Dublin