IEEE P1900.4 System Overview on Architecture and Enablers for Optimised Radio and Spectrum Resource Usage

@article{Buljore2008IEEEPS,
  title={IEEE P1900.4 System Overview on Architecture and Enablers for Optimised Radio and Spectrum Resource Usage},
  author={Soodesh Buljore and Vincent Merat and Hiroshi Harada and Sagi Filin and Paul Houz{\'e} and Kostas Tsagkaris and Vladimir A. Ivanov and Klaus Nolte and Tim Farnham and Oliver Holland},
  journal={2008 3rd IEEE Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks},
  year={2008},
  pages={1-8}
}
The field of application of the IEEE P1900.4 standard is radio systems forming a composite radio access network, i.e. with multi-radio access networks (RAN) using different radio access technologies (RAT). The end-user terminals are multimode terminals, supporting several RATs, with multi-radio link capabilities and having cognitive radio capabilities, such as operating flexibly on different frequency bands. The composite radio access network is assumed to be operated by either a single or… CONTINUE READING

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