Efficient Power Control Scheme for Cognitive Industrial Sensor Networks

  title={Efficient Power Control Scheme for Cognitive Industrial Sensor Networks},
  author={Tran Minh Phuong and Dong-Seong Kim},
  journal={International Journal of Control and Automation},
Traditional distributed power control algorithms in cognitive radio networks are based on the assumption of perfect channel estimation which can lead to performance degradation in practical system. Cognitive radio sensor network (CRSN) has emerged as a promising solution to address the spectrum-related challenges of wireless sensor networks (WSN). Moreover, cognitive radio (CR) gives us a possibility to maximize the utilization efficiency of limited spectrum resources. However, because the… 

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