Medium Access Control Design for Cognitive Radio Networks: A Survey

@article{NguyenThanh2014MediumAC,
  title={Medium Access Control Design for Cognitive Radio Networks: A Survey},
  author={Nhan Nguyen-Thanh and Anh T. Pham and Van-Tam Nguyen},
  journal={IEICE Transactions},
  year={2014},
  volume={97-B},
  pages={359-374}
}
Designing a medium access control (MAC) protocol is a key for implementing any practical wireless network. In general, a MAC protocol is responsible for coordinating users in accessing spectrum resources. Given that a user in cognitive radio(CR) networks do not have priority in accessing spectrum resources, MAC protocols have to perform dynamic spectrum access (DSA) functions, including spectrum sensing, spectrum access, spectrum allocation, spectrum sharing and spectrum mobility, beside… CONTINUE READING
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