A Survey on Sequence Creation in Cognitive Networks

  • Published 2016

Abstract

Intelligent (Cognitive) radio networks have a large communication spectrum. This is dynamic in nature. This leads to the necessity for main central channel where two nodes can talk to each other and conclude on the parameters for information exchange between each other, for this they need to meet on a pre-decided channel to communicate, this channel where the decisions are made should be decided by making use of the full available spectrum. In order to reduce collisions and also to make use of the entire available spectrum, a protocol must be devised. ETCH (An efficient channel hopping based MAC layer protocol) is proposed for communication establishment between cognitive radio networks. Two other protocols, Synchronous-ETCH and asynchronousETCH, assuming the presence of global clock synchronization and one without the assumption of existence of a global clock

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@inproceedings{2016ASO, title={A Survey on Sequence Creation in Cognitive Networks}, author={}, year={2016} }