Optimal Spectrum Sharing for Multi-Hop Software Defined Radio Networks

@article{Hou2007OptimalSS,
  title={Optimal Spectrum Sharing for Multi-Hop Software Defined Radio Networks},
  author={Yiwei Thomas Hou and Yi Shi and Hanif D. Sherali},
  journal={IEEE INFOCOM 2007 - 26th IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications},
  year={2007},
  pages={1-9}
}
Software defined radio (SDR) capitalizes advances in signal processing and radio technology and is capable of reconfiguring RF and switching to desired frequency bands. It is a frequency-agile data communication device that is vastly more powerful than recently proposed multi-channel multi-radio (MC-MR) technology. In this paper, we investigate the important problem of multi-hop networking with SDR nodes. For such network, each node has a pool of frequency bands (not necessarily of equal size… CONTINUE READING

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