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tx-id [2019/05/09 17:11]
cmorin
tx-id [2019/07/03 11:42]
lcardoso [Content description]
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 Mono receiver: [[http://​xp.cortexlab.fr/​storage/​monoRxSet_012019.tgz|Dataset]] Mono receiver: [[http://​xp.cortexlab.fr/​storage/​monoRxSet_012019.tgz|Dataset]]
  
-The setup used to generate this data (GNURadio blocks and flowgraphs, FIT/​CorteXlab scenarios and example usage) can be found in [[http://example.com|this GitHub repository]]+The setup used to generate this data (GNURadio blocks and flowgraphs, FIT/​CorteXlab scenarios and example usage) can be found in [[https://github.com/​Inria-Maracas/​gr-txid|this GitHub repository]]
  
  
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-This is a compilation of the results of experiments run on the FIT/​CorteXlab platform under different scenarios as described in the paper [[http://example.com|Transmitter Classification With Supervised¬†+This is a compilation of the results of experiments run on the FIT/​CorteXlab platform under different scenarios as described in the paper [[https://arxiv.org/​abs/​1905.07923|Transmitter Classification With Supervised¬†
-Deep Learning]] ​TODO: link paper.+Deep Learning]].
  
 The archive contains a folder for each individual experiment, named after the time it was run. The archive contains a folder for each individual experiment, named after the time it was run.
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 The git repository contains an example of how to load the data in python and then serialize it with pickle for later use. The git repository contains an example of how to load the data in python and then serialize it with pickle for later use.
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tx-id.txt · Last modified: 2019/07/03 11:42 by lcardoso