Performance Analysis of Distributed Auxiliary Radio Telescopes Under Shared Spectrum Access Paradigm and Cooling Power Constraint

  title={Performance Analysis of Distributed Auxiliary Radio Telescopes Under Shared Spectrum Access Paradigm and Cooling Power Constraint},
  author={Dong-Wan Han and Hlaing Minn},
  journal={IEEE Access},
A conflict of the spectrum rights and needs between active wireless communication systems and passive radio astronomy systems (RASs) has become substantially greater due to the phenomenal expansion of wireless communications and increased interest in RAS observation. For sustainable growth and coexistence of cellular wireless communications (CWC) and RAS, a coordinated shared spectrum access paradigm was recently introduced. Embracing such paradigm, this paper proposes a distributed auxiliary… 
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