CACH: Cycle-Adjustable Channel hopping for control channel establishment in cognitive radio networks

@article{Wu2014CACHCC,
  title={CACH: Cycle-Adjustable Channel hopping for control channel establishment in cognitive radio networks},
  author={Tsung Ying Wu and Wanjiun Liao and Cheng-Shang Chang},
  journal={IEEE INFOCOM 2014 - IEEE Conference on Computer Communications},
  year={2014},
  pages={2706-2714}
}
Establishing control channels in a cognitive radio network (CRN) is an important and challenging problem. To cope with the problem of control channel saturation and the problem of channel blocking by primary users, channel hopping (CH) schemes are commonly used in the literature for control channel establishment in CRNs. There are three metrics that are widely used for evaluating the performance of CH schemes: (i) degree of overlapping (the number of distinct rendezvous channels), (ii) worst… CONTINUE READING
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