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CHIPS Articles: NSWC Crane Explains Machine Learning Radio Frequency in New Video

NSWC Crane Explains Machine Learning Radio Frequency in New Video
By Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division - April 9, 2021
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division’s decades-long foundation in radio frequency and electronic warfare, along with strong area partnerships and regional investments in artificial intelligence, have allowed Crane to become an expert in developing this capability.

NSWC Crane is sought after for its expertise by entities like Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, Office of Naval Research, and U.S. Naval Research Laboratory.

New devices and unique RF signals are being created and modified at an ever-increasing rate. In the past, engineers had to design software to intercept each individual RF signal. RF signals could not be identified unless software had already been written for that type of signal. By leveraging machine learning, NSWC crane is helping develop and modify software that adjusts to signals automatically, making it possible to process signals that have never been encountered before.

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Screenshot of Machine Learning Radio Frequency video by Seth Tackett, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division
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