Implementation of combined geolocation database and infrastructure sensing in TV bands using different spectrum devices
Fanan, A.; Riley, N. G.; Mehdawi, M.; Alfahad, O.
N. G. Riley
—In the present day, the TV Band has become a realistic option and has attracted much attention due to the potential to exploit underutilized TV white space for other communications, based on time and location. In this paper, we design a flexible system which uses a combination of geolocation database and spectrum sensing in the TV band, comparing the performance of different spectrum analyzers (Agilent E4407B, Agilent EXA N9010A and a low cost RTL-SDR) in the real environment.
Fanan, A., Riley, N. G., Mehdawi, M., & Alfahad, O. (in press). Implementation of combined geolocation database and infrastructure sensing in TV bands using different spectrum devices. In Proceedings of the 25th Telecommunications forum TELFOR 2017
|Conference Name||25th Telecommunications forum TELFOR 2017|
|Start Date||Nov 21, 2017|
|End Date||Nov 22, 2017|
|Acceptance Date||Nov 6, 2017|
|Deposit Date||Dec 4, 2017|
|Book Title||Proceedings of the 25th Telecommunications forum TELFOR 2017|
|Keywords||Geolocation database; TVWS; CR; Cognitive radio; White Space|
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