Survey: A comparison of spectrum sensing techniques in cognitive radio
Fanan, AM; Riley, NG; Mehdawi, M; Zolfaghari, M; Ammar, M
In the present day Cognitive Radio has become a realistic option for solution of the spectrum scarcity problem in wireless communication. One of the most challenging issues in cognitive radio systems is spectrum sensing concepts, which is considered an extremely well researched topic. In this paper we compare three main classes of spectrum sensing techniques (Energy detection, matched filtering and cyclostationary) analysis in terms of time and spectrum resource consumed required prior knowledge and complexity. We then rank the three classes according to accuracy and performance.
Fanan, A., Riley, N., Mehdawi, M., Ammar, M., & Zolfaghari, M. (2014). Survey: A comparison of spectrum sensing techniques in cognitive radio. In International Conference Image Processing, Computers and Industrial Engineering (ICICIE'2014), 73-77. doi:10.15242/IIE.E0114560
|Conference Name||International Conference Image Processing, Computers and Industrial Engineering|
|Start Date||Jan 15, 2014|
|End Date||Jan 16, 2014|
|Acceptance Date||Dec 10, 2013|
|Online Publication Date||Jun 5, 2014|
|Publication Date||Jan 15, 2014|
|Deposit Date||Dec 4, 2017|
|Publisher||International Institute of Engineers|
|Series Title||IIE International Conference Proceedings|
|Book Title||International Conference Image Processing, Computers and Industrial Engineering (ICICIE'2014)|
|Keywords||Cognitive Radio; Cyclostationary; Spectrum Mobility; Spectrum Sharing|
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