Spectrum Sharing Among Multiple-Seller and Multiple-Buyer Operators of a Mobile Network: A Stochastic Geometry Approach

@article{Ataeebojd2022SpectrumSA,
  title={Spectrum Sharing Among Multiple-Seller and Multiple-Buyer Operators of a Mobile Network: A Stochastic Geometry Approach},
  author={Elaheh Ataeebojd and Mehdi Rasti and Hossein Pedram and Pedro Henrique Juliano Nardelli},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Cognitive Communications and Networking},
  year={2022},
  volume={8},
  pages={1332-1347}
}
Sharing the spectrum among mobile network operators (MNOs) is a promising approach to improve the spectrum utilization and to increase the monetary income of MNOs. In this paper, we model a nonorthogonal spectrum sharing system for a large-scale cellular network where multiple seller MNOs lease their licensed sub-bands to several buyer MNOs. We first analyze the per-user expected rate and the per-MNO expected profit using stochastic geometry. Then, we formulate the joint problem of power… 

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