Cognitive radio networks

@article{Devroye2008CognitiveRN,
  title={Cognitive radio networks},
  author={Natasha Devroye and M. Vu and V. Tarokh},
  journal={IEEE Signal Processing Magazine},
  year={2008},
  volume={25}
}
In recent years, the development of intelligent, adaptive wireless devices called cognitive radios, together with the introduction of secondary spectrum licensing, has led to a new paradigm in communications: cognitive networks. Cognitive networks are wireless networks that consist of several types of users: often a primary user (the primary license-holder of a spectrum band) and secondary users (cognitive radios). These cognitive users employ their cognitive abilities to communicate without… Expand
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