Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks: Independent Coalition Formation

  title={Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks: Independent Coalition Formation},
  author={J. Tallon and T. K. Forde and L. Doyle},
  journal={IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine},
In this article, we have examined how cyclostationary signatures can be used to create a novel method of dynamic control channel design, and we have shown how this design enables the construction of impromptu network coalitions between geographically distributed independent service providers. The system proposed in this article is an example of a more decentralized and ad hoc network construction process whereby temporary service can be offered to users without a huge amount of preplanning or… Expand
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