Cognitive Radio for Flexible Mobile Multimedia Communications

  title={Cognitive Radio for Flexible Mobile Multimedia Communications},
  author={Joseph Mitola},
Wireless multimedia applications require significant bandwidth, some of which will be provided by third-generation (3G) services. Even with substantial investment in 3G infrastructure, the radio spectrum allocated to 3G will be limited. Cognitive radio offers a mechanism for the flexible pooling of radio spectrum using a new class of protocols called formal radio etiquettes. This approach could expand the bandwidth available for conventional uses (e.g., police, fire and rescue) and extend the… CONTINUE READING
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