Quantitative Analysis of Cognitive Radio and Network Performance

Quantitative Analysis of Cognitive Radio and Network Performance

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Cognitive radio a€“ a paradigm for wireless communication in which either a network or a wireless node changes its transmission or reception parameters to communicate more efficiently and avoid interference -- is one of the most exciting emerging fields in communications technology. Taking an integrated development approach, this cutting-edge book provides you with clear methods for performing quantitative analysis of cognitive radio techniques in a variety of environments. This detailed reference presents a quantitative structure that helps you determine the capability of cognitive radio to address a number of constraints of current radio design. Critical to understanding the operation of cognitive radio, the book develops an analytic model for a range of spectrum environments. Moreover, this unique resource offers you unique insight into the application of dynamic spectrum access (DSA) to improve the performance of all classes of wireless devices. DVD Included! Contains sample cognitive radio environments and closed form approximations of these environments in MATLAB file format. This data enables you to reproduce the analysis provided in the book, perform the exercises in each chapter, and extend the work through independent investigation and research.This ratio can be analyzed by determining the lowest possible radiated power2 ( PT) and path loss constant (Kpath) for which ... PT Kpath F margin RIpwc wc (14.1 ) The manual frequency manager must assume that interference will propagate.

Title:Quantitative Analysis of Cognitive Radio and Network Performance
Author:Preston Marshall
Publisher:Artech House - 2010


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