T. Charles Clancy spends much of his time researching Computer network, Cognitive radio, Wireless, Radar and Electronic engineering. His research investigates the connection with Computer network and areas like Wireless network which intersect with concerns in Server, Cache, Distributed computing, Reduction and Multicast. His Cognitive radio study deals with Software-defined radio intersecting with Bandwidth, Spectral efficiency, Domain, Convolutional neural network and Adaptation.
His studies deal with areas such as Signal-to-noise ratio and Deep learning as well as Domain. His Wireless study frequently intersects with other fields, such as Artificial intelligence. His Electronic engineering research incorporates elements of 3G MIMO, Communication channel and Modulation.
Computer network, Electronic engineering, Communication channel, MIMO and Distributed computing are his primary areas of study. His Computer network research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Wireless network and Physical layer. His research on Electronic engineering also deals with topics like
In his work, Signal-to-noise ratio is strongly intertwined with Modulation, which is a subfield of Communication channel. His MIMO study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Radar, Interference, Projection and Communications system. His Distributed computing study combines topics in areas such as Server and Cache.
T. Charles Clancy mainly focuses on MIMO, Communication channel, Wireless, Electronic engineering and Telecommunications link. His research integrates issues of Interference, Algorithm and Duplex in his study of Communication channel. His Wireless course of study focuses on Computer security and Firmware, Implementation, Software and Software-defined radio.
His studies in Electronic engineering integrate themes in fields like Deep learning, Projection, Artificial intelligence and Antenna array. His Deep learning research incorporates themes from Artificial neural network, Modulation, Symbol rate, Tree and Carrier frequency offset. His Telecommunications link study is concerned with the larger field of Computer network.
His primary areas of study are Robustness, Computer security, Wireless, MIMO and Mathematical optimization. His research in Wireless intersects with topics in Modulation, Symbol rate, Tree, Multipath propagation and Carrier frequency offset. His study in Carrier frequency offset is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Electronic engineering and Deep learning, Artificial intelligence.
His work deals with themes such as Rayleigh fading and Fading, which intersect with Artificial intelligence. His MIMO study incorporates themes from Interference, Encoder, Channel state information and Physical layer. His Mathematical optimization research incorporates elements of Multi carrier and Cellular network.
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Secure smartcardbased fingerprint authentication
T. Charles Clancy;Negar Kiyavash;Dennis J. Lin.
Proceedings of the 2003 ACM SIGMM workshop on Biometrics methods and applications (2003)
Convolutional Radio Modulation Recognition Networks
Timothy J. O’Shea;Johnathan Corgan;T. Charles Clancy.
international conference on engineering applications of neural networks (2016)
Over-the-Air Deep Learning Based Radio Signal Classification
Timothy James O'Shea;Tamoghna Roy;T. Charles Clancy.
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Signal Processing (2018)
Deep Learning Based MIMO Communications.
Timothy J. O'Shea;Tugba Erpek;T. Charles Clancy.
arXiv: Information Theory (2017)
Formalizing the interference temperature model
T. Charles Clancy.
communications and mobile computing (2007)
Learning to communicate: Channel auto-encoders, domain specific regularizers, and attention
Timothy J. O'Shea;Kiran Karra;T. Charles Clancy.
international symposium on signal processing and information technology (2016)
A projection based approach for radar and telecommunication systems coexistence
Shabnam Sodagari;Awais Khawar;T. Charles Clancy;Robert McGwier.
global communications conference (2012)
Efficient OFDM Denial: Pilot Jamming and Pilot Nulling
T. Charles Clancy.
international conference on communications (2011)
Spectrum sharing between S-band radar and LTE cellular system: A spatial approach
Awais Khawar;Ahmed Abdel-Hadi;T. Charles Clancy.
ieee international symposium on dynamic spectrum access networks (2014)
Fundamental Limits of Caching With Secure Delivery
Avik Sengupta;Ravi Tandon;T. Charles Clancy.
IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security (2015)
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