John Rivera

Electrical engineering

Hometown: Mount Vernon, Washington, United States

Graduation date: Spring 2025

Additional details: First-generation college student, Online student, Transfer student

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FURI | Fall 2023

Utilizing a Machine Learning Algorithm for Wideband Channel Estimation and Signal Prediction

The objective of this research project is to use a software defined radio (SDR) to build a wideband channel estimation dataset and show its usage with machine learning algorithms to predict channels and localize users for fast and latency-intolerant communications. The researchers use tools developed by existing literature to understand the dynamics of channel estimation. The researchers then modify GNU Radio and MATLAB environments to develop channel estimation methods and build large datasets of channel estimates. Current works focus on centralized schemes where users can communicate with each other directly. Our contribution is to build a dataset for cooperative systems.


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Studying the signal environment will educate people on the security of their systems and the surrounding Internet of Things.


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  • Summer 2023