Bighnaraj Panigrahi

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Cognitive radio networks (CRNs) have received considerable attention and viewed as a promising paradigm for future wireless networking. Its major difference from the traditional wireless networks is that secondary users are allowed to access the channel if they pose no harmful interference to primary users. This distinct feature of CRNs has raised an(More)
—In a typical cognitive radio network (CRN), secondary users can only access the channel when they do not harmfully interfere with the primary users. Therefore, an accurate estimation or prediction of interference from secondary users to primary users is essential. In this paper, we tackle the problem of interference estimation in a channel in presence of(More)
Information Centric Networks (ICN) is proposed as an alternative design for content-based communication rather than host-to-host-based communication. In ICN architecture, the data are cached or stored at intermediate routers to satisfy future demands locally without repeatedly getting it from the original source. For ICN architecture to work efficiently,(More)
—Information Centric Networking (ICN) advocates the philosophy of accessing the content independent of its location. Owing to this location independence in ICN, the routers en-route can be enabled to cache the content to serve the future requests for the same content locally. Several ICN architectures have been proposed in the literature along with various(More)
—With the increase in mobile traffic and the band-width demand, Device-to-Device (D2D) communication underlay-ing Long Term Evolution (LTE) networks has gained tremendous interest by the researchers, cellular operators and equipment manufacturers. However, the application of D2D communication has been limited to emergency services and it needs to be(More)