Stanislav A. Filin

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The 1900 projects form a new standards series within the IEEE, established in 2005 jointly by the IEEE Communications Society and IEEE Electromagnetic Compatibility Society. The objective of 1900 is to develop standards in the areas of dynamic spectrum access (DSA), cognitive radio (CR), interference management, coordination of wireless systems, and(More)
In cognitive radio networks, secondary users need to conduct spectrum sensing to properly detect the presence of primary signals that may have much lower power than noise plus interference power. In such a case, time-varying noise plus interference, which is briefly called noise uncertainty in this paper, can substantially degrade the sensing reliability of(More)
Implementing dynamic spectrum assignment and access technologies in heterogeneous wireless networks may lead to considerable improvement in spectrum usage. For this purpose, management system shall be added on top of existing heterogeneous wireless system. IEEE P1900.4 working group has been developing such management system. In this paper, we propose(More)