Opportunistic Channel Sharingin Cognitive Radio Networks

@article{Bansal2014OpportunisticCS,
  title={Opportunistic Channel Sharingin Cognitive Radio Networks},
  author={Tarun Bansal and Dong Li and Prasun Sinha},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing},
  year={2014},
  volume={13},
  pages={852-865}
}
Licensed white space channels can now be used opportunistically by unlicensed users, provided the channels are relinquished when needed by the primary users. In order to maximize their potential, these channels need to be assigned to the secondary users in an efficient manner. The protocols to enable such an assignment need to simultaneously aim for fairness, high throughput, low overhead, and low rate of channel reconfigurations. One way of channel assignment is to allow neighboring access… CONTINUE READING
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