When Channel Bonding is Beneficial for Opportunistic Spectrum Access Networks

@article{Joshi2012WhenCB,
  title={When Channel Bonding is Beneficial for Opportunistic Spectrum Access Networks},
  author={Shaunak Joshi and Przemyslaw Pawelczak and Danijela Cabric and John D. Villasenor},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  year={2012},
  volume={11},
  pages={3942-3956}
}
Transmission over multiple frequency bands combined into one logical channel speeds up data transfer for wireless networks. On the other hand, the allocation of multiple channels to a single user decreases the probability of finding a free logical channel for new connections, which may result in a network-wide throughput loss. While this relationship has been studied experimentally, especially in the WLAN configuration, little is known on how to analytically model such phenomena. With the… CONTINUE READING
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