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—In this paper, we analyze a binary hypothesis testing problem using a wireless sensor network (WSN). Using Large Deviation Theory (LDT), we compute the exponents of the error probabilities for the detection of a constant under a correlated process. Each sensor transmits its local measurement through a multiple-access (MAC) Rician fading channel with a… (More)

—We analyze a binary hypothesis testing problem built on a wireless sensor network (WSN). Using Large Deviation Theory (LDT), we compute the probability error exponents of a distributed scheme for detecting a correlated circularly-symmetric complex Gaussian process under the Neyman-Pearson framework. Using an analog scheme, the sensors transmit scaled… (More)

—We analyze a binary hypothesis testing problem built on a wireless sensor network (WSN) for detecting a stationary random process distributed both in space and time with circularly-symmetric complex Gaussian distribution under the Neyman-Pearson framework. Using an analog scheme, the sensors transmit different linear combinations of their measurements… (More)

—We analyze a binary hypothesis testing problem built on a wireless sensor network (WSN) for detecting a stationary random process distributed both in space and time with a circularly-symmetric complex Gaussian distribution under the Neyman–Pearson (NP) framework. Using an analog scheme, the sensors transmit different linear combinations of their… (More)

—We consider the detection of a correlated random process immersed in noise in a wireless sensor network. Each node has an individual energy constraint and the communication with the processing central units are affected by the path loss propagation effect. Guided by energy efficiency concerns, we consider the partition of the whole network into clusters,… (More)

—In this letter, we analyze the problem of detecting spectrum holes in cognitive radio systems. We consider that a group of unlicensed users can sense the radio signal energy, perform some simple processing and transmit the result to a central entity, where the decision about the presence or not of licensed users is made. We show that the proposed… (More)

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