Deep Learning for Frame Error Prediction using a DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2) Dataset

Xiwen Zhang, Abu Shafin Mohammad Mahdee Jameel, Ahmed P. Mohamed, Aly El Gamal

We demonstrate a first example for employing deep learning in predicting frame errors for a Collaborative Intelligent Radio Network (CIRN) using a dataset collected during participation in the final scrimmages of the DARPA SC2 challenge. Four scenarios are considered based on randomizing or fixing the strategy for bandwidth and channel allocation, and either training and testing with different links or using a pilot phase for each link to train the deep neural network. Interestingly, we unveil the efficacy of randomization in improving detection accuracy and the generalization capability of certain deep neural network architectures with Bootstrap Aggregating (Bagging).

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