17/02/2017 - The SCREEN simulation framework code has just been released under the general public license, at the GitHub repositories. The code can be found in the link below.
03/02/2017 - Testing of the SCREEN cognitive radio solution has been successful. Tests were carried out in the Microwave and Optical Communications Laboratory at INESC TEC in Porto, by a team from Tekever and INESC TEC. Test results have shown the capability of fast adaptation of the GAMALINK platform, demonstrating the capability of automatically avoiding interference with spectrally overlapping signals, and preserving primary user signals.
25/11/2016 - The SCREEN ns-3 based simulator has been used to evaluate the performance of cognitive algorithms. The most recent results can be found here.
18/11/2016 - INESC TEC welcomed the SCREEN consortium for a technical meeting in Porto. The meeting was focused on technical presentations of recent project results as well as the definition of the final steps towards the end of the project.
23/08/2016 - In support of the H2020 SCREEN project the Avanti team went to its UK satellite gateway antenna site located in the historical Goonhilly Earth Station. Measurements were performed using a high quality 1.2m tracking antenna. These measurements included wideband spectrum use and satellite downlink transmissions in their original modulated state to provide real-life data samples. This data will be used in support of the detailed tests of the cognitive radio algorithms to be done in laboratory by other project partners. Recordings for three different satellites were made.here.
European Space Agency eoPortal to iterate a SCREEN technical description to be uploaded into the portal. This will provide great visibility of the SCREEN project within ESA and the global Space community.
DLR (DeutscheLuft- und Raumfahrtzentrum - German Aerospace Center) in order to present the SCREEN project and gain support to join the regulatory board. Mr. Dr. Ralf Ewald is responsible for the regulatory topics at DLR and also part of the German delegation to the ITU. Dr. Ewald was very interested to hear about the Screen projects and provided very valuable feedback. Furthermore he has agreed to join our advisory board.
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