Towards Cognitive Radio For Emergency Networks 1

  title={Towards Cognitive Radio For Emergency Networks 1},
  author={Qiwei Zhang and Fokke W. Hoeksema and Andr{\'e} B. J. Kokkeler and Gerard J. M. Smit},
Large parts of the assigned spectrum is underutilized while the increasing number of wireless multimedia applications leads to spectrum scarcity. Cognitive Radio is an option to utilize non-used parts of the spectrum that actually are assigned to primary services. The benefits of Cognitive Radio are clear when used in emergency situations. Current emergency services rely much on the public networks. This is not reliable in emergency situations, where the public networks can get overloaded. The… CONTINUE READING


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