Sessions


Session 1: Broadcast and Satellite Systems

Feasibility of SDR for Satellite Broadcasting
Matthias Gay, Alexander Lampe (Hochschule Mittweida), Marco Breiling, Bernhard Niemann, Thomas Schlichter (Fraunhofer Institut für Integrierte Schaltungen, Erlangen), Cyprian Grassmann (Intel Wireless, München)

Carrier Phase Recovery in Satellite Communication Receivers: A System Trade-off Analysis
Francesco Ficola, Roberto Garello (Politecnico di Torino, Italy), Fabrizio Massaro, Friedrich K. Jondral (KIT)

On the Accuracy of Sum-based Logic and Power Estimates in Hardware-accelerated SDR Systems
Matthias Ihmig, Michael Feilen, Andreas Herkersdorf (TU München)

An Optimized Software-defined Digital Audio Broadcasting (DAB) Receiver for x86 Platforms
Lothar Stolz (BMW Group, München), Michael Feilen, Walter Stechele (TU München)

Multi-standard Processing Using DAB and 802.11p on Software Defined Radio Platforms
Carina Schmidt-Knorreck, Raymond Knopp (EURECOM, Sophia-Antipolis, France), Matthias Ihmig, Andreas Herkersdorf (TU München)

A Real-time Video Broadcasting System Based on the GNU Radio-USRP2 Platform
Floriana Crespi, Matteo Maglioli, Sergio Benco, Alberto Perotti (CSP-ICT INLAB, Torino, Italy)


Session 2: Portability, Reconfigurability, and Ad-hoc-Networking

Meta-model Driven Reverse Engineering Approach to Ensure the Waveform Portability
Lahatra Rakotondrainibe, Fréderic Le Roy (ENSTA Bretagne, France), Jean-Philippe Delahaye (DGA-MI, France)

A Flexible CSMA-based MAC Protocol for Software Defined Radios
André Puschmann, Mohamed A. Kalil, Andreas Mitschele-Thiel (TU Ilmenau)

The Impact of Link Adaptation in Narrowband Frequency-selective Wireless Ad-hoc Networks - Part I: The Physical Perspective
Mathias Dehm, Sebastian Helmle, Michael Kuhn (Hochschule Darmstadt), Christian Körner (Rohde & Schwarz, Stuttgart), Dirk Pesch (Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland)

The Impact of Link Adaptation in Narrowband Frequency-selective Wireless Ad-hoc Networks - Part II: The Network Perspective
Sebastian Helmle, Mathias Dehm, Michael Kuhn (Hochschule Darmstadt), Dominik Lieckfeldt (Rohde & Schwarz, Stuttgart), Dirk Pesch (Cork Institute of Technology, Ireland)


Session 3: Software and Theoretical Aspects

An Algorithm Proposal for a Minimum Cost SDR Multi-standard System Using Graph Theory
Patricia Kaiser, Yves Louët (Supélec, Rennes, France), Amine El Sahili (Lebanese University, Lebanon)

Analysis of SDR Cloud Resource Management Algorithms and Strategies
Albert Lozano, Carlos Pardo Durán, Elisa Romea, María Josep López Sánchez, Gustavo Ostos, Ismael Gomez, Vuk Marojevic (Polytechnic University of Catalonia, Barcelona, Spain)

Computational Complexity Reduction in a Cognitive Radio Receiver for Green Communications
Salma Bourbia, Daniel Le Guennec (Supélec, Rennes, France), Khaled Grati, Adel Ghazel (University of Carthage, Tunesia)


Session 4: Hardware and Testbeds

2-Antenna RF Front-end for Cognitive Radio
Jacek Liszewski, Holger Gäbler, Wilhelm Keusgen, Thomas Haustein (Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institut, Berlin)

An SDR Implementation of a MIMO Communication Testbed
Patrik Eliardsson, Ulrika Uppman (FOI - Swedish Defence Research Agency, Linköping, Sweden)

Two Novel Noncoherent DS/SS Modems with GMSKWaveform at Chip Level
Timo Kumpuniemi, Jari Iinatti, Matti Isohookana (University of Oulu, Finland)

Characterization and Post-correction of Dynamic Analog-to-Digital Converter Nonlinearity for Undersampling Receivers
Georg Vallant, Michael Epp (Cassidian, Ulm), Markus Allén, Mikko Valkama (Tampere University of Technology, Finland), Friedrich K. Jondral (KIT)

Mitigation of Non-linearly Induced Interference in CognitiveWideband Receivers
Michael Grimm, Rajesh Kumar Sharma, Matthias Hein, Reiner Thomä (TU Ilmenau)


Session 5: Cyclostationarity

Extended Cyclostationary Signatures for OFDM-based Cognitive Radio
Johannes Schmitz, Milan Zivkovic, Rudolf Mathar (RWTH Aachen)

Exploiting Sparse Property of the Cyclic Autocorrelation Function for Cyclostationary Process
Ziad Khalaf, Jaques Palicot (Supélec, Rennes, France)


Session 6: Program Making and Special Events (PMSE)

A Spectrum Sensing Network for Cognitive PMSE Systems
J. Brendel, S. Riess, A. Stoeckle, R. Rose, G. Fischer (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg), R. Rummel (eesy-id, Erlangen)

A Digital Platform for a MultichannelWideband Scanning Receiver
Frank Hausknecht, Raphael Mzyk, Gunther Dehm-Andone, Georg Fischer, Robert Weigel (Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg), Uwe Trautwein (MEDAV, Uttenreuth)

Non-invasive Cognition Driven Spectrum Access in Medical Application via Baseband Processing
Tim Esemann, Horst Hellbrück (Hochschule Lübeck)


Session 7: Applications

A Real-time, Fully-software Aeronautical VHF Tx/Rx Waveform Based on the SCAcompliant OSSIE/USRP2 Platform
Mario Di Dio, Andrea Morelli, Marco Luise (University of Pisa, Italy)

An SDR-based Experimental Setup for OFDM-based Radar
Manuel Fuhr, Martin Braun, Christian Sturm, Lars Reichardt, Friedrich K. Jondral (KIT)

Employing Software Defined Radios for International Public Safety
Taj Sturman (ASTRIUM) et al.