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Cognitive Radio and Interference Management

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Broadcast spectrum is scarce, both in terms of our ability to access existing spectrum and as a result of access rules created by governments. An emerging paradigm called cognitive radio, however, has the potential to allow different systems to dynamically access and opportunistically exploit the same frequency band in an efficient way, thereby allowing broadcasters to use spectrum more efficiently. Cognitive Radio and Interference Management: Technology and Strategy brings together state-of-the-art research results on cognitive radio and interference management from both theoretical and practical perspectives. It serves as a bridge between people who are working to develop theoretical and practical research in cognitive radio and interference management, and therefore facilitate the future development of cognitive radio and its applications.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. Book Series
  5. Editorial Advisory Board and List of Reviewers
    1. List of Reviewers
  6. Preface
  7. Acknowledgment
  8. Chapter 1: Opportunistic Spectrum Sensing and Transmissions
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 1.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 1.2 SPECTRUM SCARCITY PROBLEMS AND WHY DSA COMES OUT
    4. 1.3 DYNAMIC SPECTRUM ACCESS (DSA) IN CR NETWORKS
    5. 1.4 SPECTRUM SENSING TECHNIQUES FOR CRS
    6. 1.5 POWER CONTROL IN COGNITIVE TRANSCEIVER
    7. 1.6 CONCLUDING REMARKS AND POSSIBLE FUTURE SCENARIOS
  9. Chapter 2: Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 2.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 2.2 COLLABORATIVE DECISION FUSION FOR SPECTRUM SENSING
    4. 2.4 SPECTRUM SENSING USING DETECTION AND DECISION FUSION WITH FADING STATISTICS
    5. 2.5 NUMERICAL EXAMPLES
    6. 2.6 CONCLUSION
  10. Chapter 3: Robust Performance of Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 3.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 3.2 SYSTEM MODEL
    4. 3.3 DETECTION BOUNDS OF SINGLE USER
    5. 3.4 ROBUST DESIGN FOR COOPERATIVE SENSING
    6. 3.5 NUMERICAL AND SIMULATION RESULTS
    7. 3.6 CONCLUSION
  11. Chapter 4: Throughput Modeling, Analysis, and Optimization in Cognitive Wireless Networks
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 4.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 4.2 STATISTICAL MODELING OF INTERFERENCE
    4. 4.3 THROUGHPUT MODELING
    5. 4.4 THROUGHPUT OPTIMIZATION
    6. 4.5 ANALYTICAL AND SIMULATION RESULTS
    7. 4.6 FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
    8. 4.7 CONCLUSION
  12. Chapter 5: Distributed Multicell Precoding for Network MIMO
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 5.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 5.2 SYSTEM MODEL
    4. 5.3 LEAKAGE-DPC STRATEGY
    5. 5.4 MULTICELL LEAKAGE SUPPRESSION
    6. 5.5 MULTICELL LEAKAGE SUPPRESSION
    7. 5.6 DISCUSSION
    8. 5.7 CONCLUSION
  13. Chapter 6: Application of Fuzzy Logic Power Control for Cognitive Radio Networks
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 6.1 INTRODUCTION INTO THE NATURE OF FUZZY SET THEORY
    3. 6.2 BACKGROUND AND PROBLEM STATEMENT
    4. 6.3 SYSTEM MODEL
    5. 6.4 THE FUZZY POWER CONTROL POLICY
    6. 6.5 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
    7. 6.6 CONCLUSION
  14. Chapter 7: Game Theory for Cognitive Radio
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 7.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 7.2 NASH EQUILIBRIUM: CONVERGENCE AND EFFICIENCY
    4. 7.4 CONCLUSION
  15. Chapter 8: Distributed Coalition Formation and Resource Allocation in Cognitive LTE Femto-cells
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 8.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 8.2 COOPERATIVE GAME THEORY
    4. 8.3 LTE NETWORK MODEL AND CELL UTILITY
    5. 8.4 LTE NETWORK RESOURCE ALLOCATION PROBLEM
    6. 8.5 COALITION FORMATION GAME IN THE LTE NETWORK
    7. 8.6 DISTRIBUTED COALITION FORMATION FOR MAXIMIZING NETWORK OVERALL UTILITY
    8. 8.7 NUMERICAL STUDY
    9. 8.8 CONCLUSION
  16. Chapter 9: QoS Scheduling with Opportunistic Spectrum Access for Multimedia
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 9.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 9.2 QOS FOR VIDEO OVER COGNITIVE RADIO
    4. 9.3 JOINT SPECTRUM ACCESS AND SCHEDULING
    5. 9.4 FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
    6. 9.5 CONCLUSION
  17. Chapter 10: Cognitive Cooperation in Wireless Networks
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 10.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 10.2 CHALLENGES OF MULTIRATE WLAN-BASED COMPOSITE NETWORK
    4. 10.3 COGNITIVE COOPERATION
    5. 10.4 LOAD ADAPTATION STRATEGY FRAMEWORK
    6. 10.5 SIMULATION MODELS AND PRELIMINARIES
    7. 10.6 PERFORMANCE EVALUATION
    8. 10.7 CONCLUSION
  18. Chapter 11: Fuzzy Systems for Spectrum Access, Mobility and Management for Cognitive Radios
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 11.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 11.2 SOFT COMPUTING AND COGNITIVE CYCLE
    4. 11.3 AIR INTERFACE SOLUTIONS USING FUZZY SYSTEMS
    5. 11.4 SPECTRUM ACCESS POSSIBILITY
    6. 11.5 SPECTRUM MOBILITY MANAGEMENT STRATEGY
    7. 11.6 FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
    8. 11.7 CONCLUSION
  19. Chapter 12: Cross-Layer Design for Cognitive Radio Networks
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 12.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 12.2 BACKGROUND
    4. 12.3 FOCUS
    5. 12.4 SOLUTION
    6. 12.5 FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
    7. 12.6 CONCLUSION
  20. Chapter 13: Security for Cognitive Radio Networks
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 13.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 13.2 REQUIREMENT OF EFFICIENT SECURITY IN NETWORK
    4. 13.3 PROBLEM STATEMENT ON SECURITY
    5. 13.5 COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORK SECURITY ATTACKS
    6. 13.6 THREATS RELATED TO COGNITIVE RADIO
    7. 13.7 DEFENSE AGAINST ATTACK
    8. 13.8 SECURITY ARCHITECTURE OF COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORK
    9. 13.11 CONLUSION
    10. 13.12 SUMMARY
  21. Chapter 14: Dynamic Resource Management and Optimization in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks under IEEE1900.4 Framework
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 14.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 14.2 BACKGROUND (RESOURCE DEFINITIONS AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT OBJECTIVE, CONCEPT, AND USAGE)
    4. 14.3 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE: BASICS OF IEEE P1900.4
    5. 14.4 SIMULATION RESULTS AND ANALYSIS
    6. 14.5 FUTURE RESEARCH DIRECTIONS
    7. 14.6 CONCLUSION
    8. ACKNOWLEDGMENT
  22. Chapter 15: Channel State Prediction in Cognitive Radio
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 15.1 RESPONSE DELAYS IN HARDWARE PLATFORMS
    3. 15.2 CHANNEL STATE PREDICTION USING MODIFIED HMM AND COOPERATIVE CHANNEL STATE PREDICTION
    4. 15.3 CONCLUSION
  23. Chapter 16: Boosting Secondary-User Performance
    1. ABSTRACT
    2. 16.1 INTRODUCTION
    3. 16.2 CHALLENGES AND PHYSICAL LIMITATIONS
    4. 16.3 WIDEBAND TRANSMIT WAVEFROM DESIGN TO MINIMIZE INFORMATION LEAKAGE
    5. 16.4 ENHANCEMENT OF COMPUTING POWER— A PRACTICAL SOLUTION
    6. 16.5 MORE TO EXPECT
    7. ACKNOWLEDGMENT
  24. Compilation of References
  25. ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS