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  • Real-time Adaptively-Regularized Compressive Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks 

    Zhang, X; Ma, Y; Gao, Y; Cui, S (IEEE, 2017-09-28)
    CCBY Wideband spectrum sensing is regarded as one of the key functional blocks in cognitive radio systems, where compressive sensing (CS) has become one of the promising techniques to deal with the Nyquist sampling rate ...
  • On the Security of Cognitive Radio Networks. 

    Elkashlan, M; Wang, L; Duong, TQ; Karagiannidis, GK; Nallanathan, A (IEEE, 2014-09-17)
    Cognitive radio has emerged as an essential recipe for future high-capacity, high-coverage multitier hierarchical networks. Securing data transmission in these networks is of the utmost importance. In this paper, we consider ...
  • Highly sensitive soft tactile sensors for an anthropomorphic robotic hand 

    Jamone, L; Natale, L; Metta, G; Sandini, G (IEEE, 2015-03-27)
    © 2001-2012 IEEE.This paper describes the design and realization of novel tactile sensors based on soft materials and magnetic sensing. In particular, the goal was to realize: 1) soft; 2) robust; 3) small; and 4) low-cost ...
  • Comprehensive evaluation of an antenna for TV white space devices 

    Zhang, Q; Gao, Y (The Institution of Engineering and Technology, 2017-02-21)
    In this study, an ultra-high frequency antenna for TV white space devices (TVWSDs) is designed, fabricated and systematically tested. In addition to its radiation efficiency validation using a novel measurement approach, ...
  • Development and evaluation of a portable MR compatible haptic interface for human motor control 

    Farkhatdinov, I; Garnier, A; Burdet, E (IEEE, 2015-08-06)
    © 2015 IEEE.This paper presents the development and evaluation of an MR compatible haptic interface for human motor control studies, which can be easily installed and removed from the scanner room. The interface is actuated ...
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