With the proliferation of mobile access services and wireless devices, spectrum resources are increasingly becoming scarce. Industrial wireless sensor networks may have to share frequency bands with other systems and suffer from considerable interference. To address that, industrial cognitive radio networks (ICRNs) were developed for effective spectrum sharing, where signal classification is a fundamental and important technology, especially for industrial wireless devices, which need to identify suspicious transmissions. In this project, a novel framework of signal intelligent classification is proposed based on deep learning networks in ICRNs. In the proposed framework, wireless signals will be preprocessed first by Choi-Williams distribution time-frequency analysis and represented by two-dimensional time-frequency images. Then, features of wireless signals are extracted through stack hybrid autoencoders (SHAEs). To accommodate general cases, we design multiple signal classification methods, including unsupervised, semisupervised, and supervised methods, which are processed by Softmax function, semisupervised linear discriminant function, and Fisher discriminant function, respectively.