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Current neural network solutions for channel estimation are frequently tested by training and testing on one example channel or similar channels. However, data-driven algorithms often degrade significantly on other channels which they are not trained on, because they cannot extrapolate their training knowledge. Online training can fine-tune the offline-trained neural networks to compensate for this degradation, but its feasibility is challenged by the tremendous computational resources required.


This is an auditory attention decoding dataset including EEG recordings of 21 subjects when they were instructed to attend to one of the two competing speakers at two different locations.

Unlike previous datasets (such as the KUL dataset), the locations of the two speakers are randomly drawn from fifteen alternatives.

All subjects have given formal written consent approved by the Nanjing University ethical committee before the experiment and received financial compensation upon completion.


3D antenna pattern measurement by using RF anechoic chamber.  Both an AERPAW fixed node antenna and an AERPAW portable node antenna are measured.


In this dataset, we conducted a spectrum monitoring experiment in an urban environment. The helikite flies up to an altitude of 400 feet throughout the day from noon to 9 p.m. during NC State’s Packapalooza festival in August, 2022. The spectrum is swept up to 6 GHz. Every sweep takes around 1 minute, while after every 4 measurements, the 5th measurement takes close to 5 minutes due to another data collection activity running in parallel. The photo of a flying Helikite at the experiment site is shown in the dataset image.


Thermal infrared (IR) environmental satellite data assimilation and remote sensing of the surface and lower troposphere depend on accurate specification of the spectral surface emissivity within clear-sky forward calculations. Over ocean surfaces, accurate modeling of surface-leaving radiances over the sensor scanning swaths is complicated by a quasi-specular bidirectional reflectance distribution function (BRDF).


Reconfigurable intelligent surfaces (RIS) are a core component considered in sixth generation (6G) communications. By utilizing an RIS prototype system in the 5 GHz band, this paper provides a comprehensive dataset of S21 channel measurements of various geometric arrangements of antennas and RIS. The dataset is provided in full on IEEE DataPort. Additionally, the in-detail documentation of the measurement setup, location, devices, geometries, and algorithms is available on GitHub.


Oral health problems are closely associated with the analysis of dental tissue changes and the stomatologic treatment that follows. The associated paper explores the use of diffuse reflectance spectroscopy in the detection of dental tissue disorders. The data set includes 78 out of 343 measurements of teeth spectra in the wavelength range from 400 to 1700 nm. The proposed methodology focuses on computational and statistical methods and the use of these methods for the classification of dental tissue into two classes (healthy and unhealthy) by estimating the probability of class membership.