Team Zylinium DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2) Radio Design and Implementation

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This presentation describes the radio entry for Team Zylinium in the DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2). SC2 is a competitive DARPA grand challenge where each team designs an autonomous software-defined radio (SDR) agent with the goal of efficiently operating in congested radio spectrum.  Team Zylinium placed 3rd, 1st, and 3rd, respectively in the annual SC2 phases over three years winning a total of $2.25M.  See for more information.


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  • Date: 21 Nov 2019
  • Time: 11:30 AM to 01:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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  • 250 14th St NW
  • Atlanta, Georgia
  • United States
  • Building: GTRI Conference center
  • Room Number: 119C
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  • Starts 11 November 2019 04:00 PM
  • Ends 20 November 2019 10:00 PM
  • All times are (GMT-05:00) US/Eastern
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Dr. Bob


Team Zylinium DARPA Spectrum Collaboration Challenge (SC2) Radio Design and Implementation


Dr. Bob Baxley is an entrepreneur focused on technologies at the intersection of machine learning and radio spectrum systems.  He is currently the CTO of Bastille where he helps build systems to sift through massive amounts of radio frequency data.  Prior to joining Bastille, Bob was the Director of the Software Defined Radio Lab at Georgia Tech Research Institute. In that role, Bob led GTRI’s team to second place out of 90 international competitors in the DARPA Spectrum Challenge (SC1).  Bob earned his PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech. During his graduate work, he was recognized with the Sigma Xi Best Thesis Award, the CSIP PhD Research Award, and the NSF GRFP Award. He has co-authored over 80 peer-reviewed papers, is the inventor of 17 patents, and formerly served as an Associate Editor for Digital Signal Processing.