26. Oktober 2017; Katharina Geng

INÜ researchers Sebastian Dörner and Sebastian Cammerer presented their work on the world's first wireless over-the-air communication system solely based on neural networks at the Asilomar Conference on Signals, Systems, and Computers in Monterey, California.

The system can learn to communicate across wireless channels, with a conceptually appealing "all-in-one" design, challenging the classic engineering approach of block-based signal processing. While the system is not targeted at outperforming conventional systems, its conceptual simplicity is convincing and promises further progress toward universal transceivers that can operate reliably over an unprecentedly wide range of communication channels.

 See Deep Learning-based Communication Over the Air for details.