Software defined radio
We propose an algorithm based on linear prediction that can perform both the lossless and near-lossless compression of RF signals. The proposed algorithm is coupled with two signal detection methods to determine the presence of relevant signals and apply varying levels of loss as needed. The first method uses spectrum sensing techniques, while the second one takes advantage of the error computed in each iteration of the Levinson-Durbin algorithm. These algorithms have been integrated as a new pre-processing stage into FAPEC, a data compressor first designed for space missions.
Future wireless networks must incorporate awareness, adaptability, and intelligence as fundamental building elements in order to meet the wide range of requirements of the next-generation communication systems. Wireless sensing techniques can be used to gather awareness from the radio signals present in the surroundings. However, threats from hostile attackers, such as jamming, eavesdropping, and manipulation, are also present along with this. This paper describes in detail an RF-jamming detection test-bed and provides experimentally measured data.