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Zero-bias Deep Neural Network for Quickest RF Signal Surveillance

  title={Zero-bias Deep Neural Network for Quickest RF Signal Surveillance},
  author={Yongxin Liu and Yingjie Chen and Jian Wang and Shuteng Niu and Dahai Liu and Houbing Song},
The Internet of Things (IoT) is reshaping modern society by allowing a decent number of RF devices to connect and share information through RF channels. However, such an open nature also brings obstacles to surveillance. For alleviation, a surveillance oracle, or a cognitive communication entity needs to identify and confirm the appearance of known or unknown signal sources in real-time. In this paper, we provide a deep learning framework for RF signal surveillance. Specifically, we jointly… Expand


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