Cognitive Technology for Ultra-Wideband/WiMax Coexistence

  title={Cognitive Technology for Ultra-Wideband/WiMax Coexistence},
  author={S. Mishra and Stephan ten Brink and Ravishankar H. Mahadevappa and R. W. Brodersen},
  journal={2007 2nd IEEE International Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks},
Cognitive radios have been advanced as a technology for the opportunistic use of under-utilized spectrum wherein secondary devices sense the presence of the primary user and use the spectrum only if it is deemed empty. The distinguishing aspect of cognitive radios is the ability to sense the primary user and modify their transmission parameters to avoid interference to the primary. In this paper we explore the use of cognitive technology to enable the operation of ultra-wideband (UWB) devices… CONTINUE READING
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