Cognitive radio-based power adjustment for Wi-Fi

  title={Cognitive radio-based power adjustment for Wi-Fi},
  author={Rafiza Ruslan and T. Wan},
  journal={TENCON 2009 - 2009 IEEE Region 10 Conference},
In this paper the idea of using Cognitive Radio (CR) techniques to optimize the access point (AP) configuration for IEEE 802.11 WLAN was exploited. In particular, we address the issue of optimizing AP transmission power and channel allocation within the network. The aim is to optimize the overall network performance by adjusting the transmission power of the APs and minimizing the non-adjacent co-channel interference in an extended service set (ESS) area. The goal of CR is to use the heuristic… CONTINUE READING


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