Hamkins and Simon, both affiliated with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory at the California Institute of Technology, introduce autonomous software-defined radio
(SDR) receivers and explain the design and development of algorithms for their operation.
The DMR system is a National Security Agency-certified software-defined radio
that currently features some JTRS capabilities--such as expanded frequency range, multiple software-defined wave-forms, multiple-independent-level security, and advanced software--and has completed UHF SATCOM waveform conformance testing at Joint Interoperability Test Command (IITC).
ThingMagic's Mercury4 RFID reader technology supports both multiple protocols and multiple antennas, and uses advanced software-defined radio
technology to read any tag, including all variants of EPC Class 1 and 0, as well as Matrics[R] 0+, ISO 1800-6B and Phillips UCODE 1.19, with no compromise in performance.
Today, his 21 employee firm is considered an information technology, system integration, and engineering firm with a niche in software-defined radio
The purpose of which was to outline the JTRS JPO's goals for the software-defined radio
initiative and to offer an opportunity for potential vendors to pose questions and communicate their concerns.
"In wireless, it's called 'software-defined radio
,'" explains Fox.
Using their software-defined radio
(SDR) development approach, RadioScape has extended the capabilities of Simulink, enabling it to handle bursty data (variable sized data), a vital functionality for 3G simulation.
The contributors review software-defined radio
properties, explain compressed and wavelet spectrum sensing techniques, walk through each layer of the protocol stack, and propose a discrete resource allocation scheme with delay tolerance and statistical quality of service.
Based on extensive ASOCS background in software-defined radio
, this task is key in building carrier-class future-proof communication equipment based on commercial off-the-shelf servers.
This international conference is attended by representatives of military, government, and industry who come to network with colleagues around the world and learn about emerging technologies and the future of software-defined radio
from experts like Dr.