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IEEE 802.22: the first worldwide wireless standard based on cognitive radios
In November/2004, we witnessed the formation of the first worldwide effort to define a novel wireless air interface standard based on cognitive radios (CRs): the IEEE 802.22 working group (WG). TheExpand
IEEE 802.22: An Introduction to the First Wireless Standard based on Cognitive Radios
TLDR
In November/2004, we witnessed the formation of the first worldwide effort to define a novel wireless air interface (i.e., MAC and PHY) standard based on Cognitive Radios (CRs): the IEEE 802.22 Working Group (WG). Expand
C-MAC: A Cognitive MAC Protocol for Multi-Channel Wireless Networks
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A number of algorithmic and protocol assumptions taken for granted in the design of existing wireless communication technologies need to be revisited in extending their scope to the new cognitive radio (CR) paradigm. Expand
IEEE 802.11ad: Defining the Next Generation Multi-Gbps Wi-Fi
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IEEE 802.11ad will take advantage of the luge swath of available spectrum in the 60 GHz band to develop a protocol to enable throughput intensive applications such as wireless display and high speed sync-and-go. Expand
Cognitive PHY and MAC layers for dynamic spectrum access and sharing of TV bands
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We analyze the performance of a CR-based PHY and MAC for dynamic spectrum access (DSA) and dynamic spectrum sharing (DSS) of vacant television channels. Expand
IEEE 802.11ad: directional 60 GHz communication for multi-Gigabit-per-second Wi-Fi [Invited Paper]
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We study the transition from omnidirectional to highly directional communication and its impact on the design of IEEE 802.11ad. Expand
Issues in integrating cellular networks WLANs, AND MANETs: a futuristic heterogeneous wireless network
TLDR
The popularity of wireless communication systems can be seen almost everywhere in the form of cellular networks, WLANs, and WPANs. Expand
Multicast over wireless mobile ad hoc networks: present and future directions
TLDR
We provide a detailed description and comparison of ad hoc multicast protocols and quantify which is more suitable for which type of application. Expand
Spectrum agile radios: utilization and sensing architectures
Today, the largest and most desirable portion of the radio spectrum is allocated to licensed services, which has resulted in the well-known profound scarcity of this resource for emergingExpand
MDA: an efficient directional MAC scheme for wireless ad hoc networks
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We propose a MAC protocol for Directional Antennas (MDA) which employs an enhanced directional network allocation vector (NAV) scheme and, a novel technique of diametrically opposite directions (DOD) transmission of RTS and CTS. Expand
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