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A Comparative Study of Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio Network Technology Security

  title={A Comparative Study of Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio Network Technology Security},
  author={A. K. Kaushik},
Software Defined Radio (SDR) and Cognitiv e Radio (CR) are fast technologies, which can be us ed to reduce the spectrum shortage problem. The modern software defined radio has been called the heart of a cognitive radio. Th e applications executing on the radio differentiate a cognitive radio from a software-defined radio. Additional hardware in the form of sensors and actuators increases the more cognitive radio applications. Cognitive radio networks have been become an increasingly part of the… 
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