NSF Funds our work on efficient spectrum sensing

The National Science Foundation’s Enhancing Access to the Radio Spectrum program has funded our group’s work on efficient distributed spectrum sensing. The goal of this work is to enable crowd-sourced collaborative spectrum sensing including low-cost low-power FPGA-based hardware and novel interpolation and optimization techniques to aggregate and analyze data.

This work is a collaboration with Samir Das and Himanshu Gupta (Stony Brook CS), and Petar Djurić (Stony Brook ECE).

You can read more at the NSF website.


This entry was posted on September 19, 2016.