Deep Learning For Experimental Hybrid Terrestrial and Satellite Interference Management

Pol Henarejos, Miguel Ángel Vázquez, Ana Isabel Pérez-Neira

Interference Management is a vast topic present in many disciplines. The majority of wireless standards suffer the drawback of interference intrusion and the network efficiency drop due to that. Traditionally, interference management has been addressed by proposing signal processing techniques that minimize their effects locally. However, the fast evolution of future communications makes difficult to adapt to new era. In this paper we propose the use of Deep Learning techniques to present a compact system for interference management. In particular, we describe two subsystems capable to detect the presence of interference, even in high Signal to Interference Ratio (SIR), and interference classification in several radio standards. Finally, we present results based on real signals captured from terrestrial and satellite networks and the conclusions unveil the courageous future of AI and wireless communications.

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