Prasanna Herath

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—In an underlay cognitive radio network, the secondary (underlay) transmitters generate interference to a primary receiver, while an underlay receiver is subject to interference from both the primary transmitters and other underlay transmitters not associated with it. Although guard regions, maximum allowable underlay transmit powers, and contention(More)
—Power control for uplink transmission in a randomly laid-out cellular network operating over an environment with path loss and composite Rayleigh-lognormal shadowing is investigated. Each mobile station (MS) adjusts its transmit power to completely remove shadowing and to partially invert the effect of path loss. Using stochastic geometry tools, we derive(More)
—We propose a novel base stations (BSs)-mobile stations (MSs) association policy for cellular networks. In this policy, the BS which provides the highest signal-to-interference ratio (SIR) among those located within a predetermined maximum association distance of the MS is selected as the serving BS. This policy encompasses the conventional highest-SIR(More)
—This paper investigates the aggregate interference from interweave cognitive secondary nodes spatially distributed in a finite Poisson field. These secondary nodes sense an out-of-band beacon to initiate their transmissions, which can be concurrent with those of the primary system if a sensing error is made. The resulting aggregate interference is analyzed(More)
—Erroneous beacon detection by interweave secondary nodes generates interference on the primary system. This paper analyzes how the aggregate interference behaves when secondary nodes use transmit power control and receiver association schemes. For this purpose, secondary transmitter nodes and receiver nodes are assumed to be distributed over a circular(More)
—This paper analyzes how transmit power control affects the aggregate interference arising from a Poisson field of underlay cognitive radio (CR) transmitter nodes distributed in a finite area. We consider three per-user, location dependent power control schemes, when each CR transmitter is associated with the nearest CR receiver, where the CR receivers form(More)
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