Predictive Dynamic Spectrum Access

@inproceedings{Clancy2006PredictiveDS,
  title={Predictive Dynamic Spectrum Access},
  author={T. C. Clancy and Brenton D. Walker},
  year={2006}
}
This paper explores the idea of predictive dynamic spectrum access (PDSA). Modern spectrum resource allocation research typically divides users into two classes: primary users and secondary users. Primary users own licenses to particular frequency bands and are allowed to use it whenever they wish. Secondary users can reuse the frequencies when they are not being used by a primary user. The goal of PDSA is to gather statistical information about a primary user in an effort to predict when the… CONTINUE READING

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