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Foundation of Cognitive Radio Systems by Samuel Cheng

"Foundation of Cognitive Radio Systems" ed. by Samuel Cheng
InTeO | 2012 | ISBN: 9535102687 9789535102687 | 308 pages | PDF | 8 MB

This books is an attempt to cover some of the open issues across the area and introduce some insight to many of the problems. It contains thirteen chapters written by experts across the globe covering topics including spectrum sensing fundamental, cooperative sensing, spectrum management, and interaction among users.

The fast user growth in wireless communications has created significant demands for new wireless services in both the licensed and unlicensed frequency spectra.
Since many spectra are not fully utilized most of the time, cognitive radio, as a form of spectrum reuse, can be an effective means to significantly boost communications resources. Since its introduction in late last century, cognitive radio has attracted wide attention from academics to industry. Despite the efforts from the research community, there are still many issues of applying it in practice.

Part 1 Spectrum Sensing Foundation
1 Exact and Asymptotic Analysis of Largest Eigenvalue Based Spectrum Sensing
2 A Practical Demonstration of Spectrum Sensing for WiMAX Based on Cyclostationary Features
3 Modulation Classification in Cognitive Radio
4 Link Quality Prediction in Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks
Part 2 Cooperative Sensing
5 Collaborative Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Radio Networks
6 Improving Spectrum Sensing Performance by Exploiting Multiuser Diversity
Part 3 Interference Management
7 Partial Response Signaling: A Powerful Tool for Spectral Shaping in Cognitive Radio Systems
8 Reconfigurable Multirate Systems in Cognitive Radios
9 Opportunistic Spectrum Access in Cognitive Radio Network
Part 4 Resource Allocation and Beyond
10 Primary Outage-Based Resource Allocation Strategies
11 Power Control for Cognitive Radios: A Mixed-Strategy Game-Theoretic Framework
12 Joint Spectrum Sensing and Resource Scheduling for Cognitive Radio Networks Via Duality Optimization
13 A Roadmap to International Standards Development for Cognitive Radio Systems and Dynamic Spectrum Access

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