George Sklivanitis

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Existing commercial wireless systems are mostly hardware-based, and rely on closed and inflexible designs and architectures. Moreover, despite recent significant algorithmic developments in cross-layer network adaptation and resource allocation, existing network architectures are unable to incorporate most of these advancements. While software-defined radio(More)
This article describes the design of a custom software-defined modem with adaptive physical layer for underwater acoustic (UWA) communications. The modem consists of a commercial software-defined radio (SDR) interfaced with a wideband acoustic transducer through amplifying circuitry. With this custom-built platform, we focus on the unique physical layer(More)
We propose a receiver configuration and we develop a software-defined-radio testbed for real-time cognitive underwater multiple-access communications. The proposed receiver is fully reconfigurable and executes (i) all-spectrum cognitive channelization and (ii) combined synchronization, channel estimation, and demodulation. Online (real-time) experimental(More)
In this paper we design, implement, and experimentally evaluate a wireless software-defined radio platform for cognitive channelization in the presence of narrowband or wideband primary stations. Cognitive channelization is achieved by jointly optimizing the transmission power and the waveform channel of the secondary users. The process of joint resource(More)
This paper introduces innovative technology development that will improve performance of next-generation cognitive wireless networking among space, air, and ground assets. The paper describes methods to develop a system where cognitive users transmit wideband spread-spectrum signals that are designed to adaptively avoid the interference dynamics of the(More)
We review commercially available software-defined radio platforms and classify them with respect to their ability to enable rapid prototyping of next-generation wireless systems. In particular, we first discuss the research challenges imposed by the latest software-defined radio enabling technologies including both analog and digital processing hardware.(More)
We present the first complete software-based framework for real-time experimental evaluation of secondary multi-hop cognitive underlay networks with decentralized control. We build a $7$-node software-defined radio testbed and implement a distributed algorithm that maximizes the secondary network throughput, while at the same time avoids interference to(More)
We present the setup of a complete software-defined radio (SDR) testbed for non-coherent zero-feedback distributed beamforming. Three custom-built, embedded RF transceivers along with a commodity, low-cost SDR commercial receiver are deployed in an indoors lab environment. In sharp contrast with prior art on collaborative beamforming, the proposed scheme(More)