Analysis of impact of hidden primary receiver on interference modeling in power, contention and hybrid control schemes

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Cognitive radio networks has been known to be a technique to enhance the utilization of spectrum, where a secondary user can utilize the spectrum of a primary user without causing harmful interference. This paper we have presents an interference model implementing power, contention and hybrid control management schemes. Furthermore; we have investigated how… (More)

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@article{Igbinosa2015AnalysisOI, title={Analysis of impact of hidden primary receiver on interference modeling in power, contention and hybrid control schemes}, author={Ireyuwa E. Igbinosa and Olutayo Oyeyemi Oyerinde and Viranjay M. Srivastava and Stanley H. Mneney}, journal={2015 International Conference on Emerging Trends in Networks and Computer Communications (ETNCC)}, year={2015}, pages={110-113} }