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Title: Performance Analysis and Optimization of Spectrum Sensing for Dynamic Spectrum Access in Cognitive Radio
Authors: Garg, Rooplai
Keywords: Spectrum Sensing
Dynamic Spectrum Access
Cognitive Radio
Issue Date: 16-Jul-2018
Publisher: Chitkara University
Abstract: Radio spectrum, which is extensively used for wireless communication, is a scarce resource. It is evident that the inefficient usage of the frequency bands causes spectral inefficiency. The dynamic usage of radio resource enables the efficient usage of the spectrum. Cognitive Radio is a technology facilitating the dynamic access to the spectrum. Cognitive radios are intelligent devices with the capability to sense the spectrum when it is not being used by the licensed user. The licensed users are defined as primary users and intelligent cognitive devices are referred as secondary users. The vacant bands are described as spectrum holes or white spaces. The cognitive device searches for spectrum holes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/884
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