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SCATTER PHY : a physical layer for the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge

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DARPA has started the Spectrum Collaboration Challenge with the aim to encourage research and development of coexistence and collaboration techniques of heterogeneous networks in the same wireless spectrum bands. Team SCATTER has participated in the challenge from its beginning and is currently preparing for the final phase of the competition. SCATTER's physical layer (SCATTER PHY) has been developed as a standalone application, with the ability to communicate with higher layers of SCATTER's system via ZeroMQ, and uses USRP X310 software-defined radio devices to send and receive wireless signals. SCATTER PHY relies on USRP's ability to schedule timed commands, uses both physical interfaces of the radio devices, utilizes the radio's internal FPGA board to implement custom high-performance filtering blocks in order to increase its spectral efficiency as well as enable reliable usage of neighboring spectrum bands. This paper describes the design and main features of SCATTER PHY and showcases the experiments performed to verify the achieved benefits.
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Cognitive Radios, Spectrum Sharing, Coexistence, Experimental Evaluation

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Pereira de Figueiredo, Felipe Augusto, et al. “SCATTER PHY : A Physical Layer for the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge.” 2019 IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS NETWORKS (DYSPAN), 2019, pp. 491–96, doi:10.1109/dyspan.2019.8935734.
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Pereira de Figueiredo, F. A., Stojadinovic, D., Maddala, P., Mennes, R., Jabandžić, I., Jiao, X., & Moerman, I. (2019). SCATTER PHY : a physical layer for the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge. In 2019 IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS NETWORKS (DYSPAN) (pp. 491–496). Newark, NJ. https://doi.org/10.1109/dyspan.2019.8935734
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Pereira de Figueiredo, Felipe Augusto, Dragoslav Stojadinovic, Prasanthi Maddala, Ruben Mennes, Irfan Jabandžić, Xianjun Jiao, and Ingrid Moerman. 2019. “SCATTER PHY : A Physical Layer for the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge.” In 2019 IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS NETWORKS (DYSPAN), 491–96. https://doi.org/10.1109/dyspan.2019.8935734.
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Pereira de Figueiredo, Felipe Augusto, Dragoslav Stojadinovic, Prasanthi Maddala, Ruben Mennes, Irfan Jabandžić, Xianjun Jiao, and Ingrid Moerman. 2019. “SCATTER PHY : A Physical Layer for the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge.” In 2019 IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS NETWORKS (DYSPAN), 491–496. doi:10.1109/dyspan.2019.8935734.
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Pereira de Figueiredo FA, Stojadinovic D, Maddala P, Mennes R, Jabandžić I, Jiao X, et al. SCATTER PHY : a physical layer for the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge. In: 2019 IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS NETWORKS (DYSPAN). 2019. p. 491–6.
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F. A. Pereira de Figueiredo et al., “SCATTER PHY : a physical layer for the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge,” in 2019 IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS NETWORKS (DYSPAN), Newark, NJ, 2019, pp. 491–496.
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  abstract     = {{DARPA has started the Spectrum Collaboration Challenge with the aim to encourage research and development of coexistence and collaboration techniques of heterogeneous networks in the same wireless spectrum bands. Team SCATTER has participated in the challenge from its beginning and is currently preparing for the final phase of the competition. SCATTER's physical layer (SCATTER PHY) has been developed as a standalone application, with the ability to communicate with higher layers of SCATTER's system via ZeroMQ, and uses USRP X310 software-defined radio devices to send and receive wireless signals. SCATTER PHY relies on USRP's ability to schedule timed commands, uses both physical interfaces of the radio devices, utilizes the radio's internal FPGA board to implement custom high-performance filtering blocks in order to increase its spectral efficiency as well as enable reliable usage of neighboring spectrum bands. This paper describes the design and main features of SCATTER PHY and showcases the experiments performed to verify the achieved benefits.}},
  author       = {{Pereira de Figueiredo, Felipe Augusto and Stojadinovic, Dragoslav and Maddala, Prasanthi and Mennes, Ruben and Jabandžić, Irfan and Jiao, Xianjun and Moerman, Ingrid}},
  booktitle    = {{2019 IEEE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS NETWORKS (DYSPAN)}},
  isbn         = {{9781728123769}},
  issn         = {{2334-3125}},
  keywords     = {{Cognitive Radios,Spectrum Sharing,Coexistence,Experimental Evaluation}},
  language     = {{eng}},
  location     = {{Newark, NJ}},
  pages        = {{491--496}},
  title        = {{SCATTER PHY : a physical layer for the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge}},
  url          = {{http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/dyspan.2019.8935734}},
  year         = {{2019}},
}

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