Cognitive Radio Networks: Medium Access Control for Coexistence of Wireless Systems by Kaigui BianCognitive Radio Networks: Medium Access Control for Coexistence of Wireless Systems by Kaigui Bian

Cognitive Radio Networks: Medium Access Control for Coexistence of Wireless Systems

byKaigui Bian, Jung-Min Park, Bo Gao

Hardcover | July 29, 2014

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This book gives a comprehensive overview of the medium access control (MAC) principles in cognitive radio networks, with a specific focus on how such MAC principles enable different wireless systems to coexist in the same spectrum band and carry out spectrum sharing. From algorithm design to the latest developments in the standards and spectrum policy, readers will benefit from leading-edge knowledge of how cognitive radio systems coexist and share spectrum resources. Coverage includes cognitive radio rendezvous, spectrum sharing, channel allocation, coexistence in TV white space, and coexistence of heterogeneous wireless systems.

Kaigui Bian received his B.S. degree in Computer Science from Peking University in 2001, and received his Ph.D. degree in Computer engineering from Virginia Tech in 2011. He is currently an Assistant Professor in the Institute of Network Computing and Information Systems, School of EECS at Peking University. His research interests incl...
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Title:Cognitive Radio Networks: Medium Access Control for Coexistence of Wireless SystemsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:141 pagesPublished:July 29, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319073281

ISBN - 13:9783319073286

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Table of Contents

Introduction.- Taxonomy of Coexistence Mechanisms.- Coexistence-aware Spectrum Sharing for Homogeneous Cognitive Radio Net-works.- Frequency Reuse over A Single TV White Space Channel.- Channel Assignment for Multi-hop Cognitive Radio Networks.- Ecology-inspired Coexistence of Heterogeneous Cognitive Radio Networks.