Interference Cancellation for Cognitive Radio Networks

@inproceedings{HongInterferenceCF,
  title={Interference Cancellation for Cognitive Radio Networks},
  author={Xuemin Hong and Zengmao Chen and Cheng-xiang Wang and cheng-xiang. wang and Sergiy A. Vorobyov and John S. Thompson}
}
A cognitive radio (CR) network seeks to reuse the underutilized spectrum of legacy wireless systems and often operates in an interference-intensive environment. In this paper, we review a number of interference cancellation (IC) techniques and investigate their applicability to CR networks for mitigating inter-network interference. We demonstrate that powered by IC techniques, a CR network has the potential to achieve " true coexistence " with a legacy system in a sense that both networks can… CONTINUE READING

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