Cognitive Radio Policy and Regulation: Techno-Economic Studies to Facilitate Dynamic Spectrum Access by Arturas MedeisisCognitive Radio Policy and Regulation: Techno-Economic Studies to Facilitate Dynamic Spectrum Access by Arturas Medeisis

Cognitive Radio Policy and Regulation: Techno-Economic Studies to Facilitate Dynamic Spectrum Access

byArturas MedeisisEditorOliver Holland

Book & Toy | February 21, 2014

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This book offers a timely reflection on how the proliferation of advanced wireless communications technologies, particularly cognitive radio (CR) can be enabled by thoroughly-considered policy and appropriate regulation. It looks at the prospects of CR from the divergent standpoints of technological development and economic market reality. The book provides a broad survey of various techno-economic and policy aspects of CR development and provides the reader with an understanding of the complexities involved as well as a toolbox of possible solutions to enable the evolutionary leap towards successful implementation of disruptive CR technology or indeed any other novel wireless technologies. Cognitive Radio Policy and Regulation showcases the original ideas and concepts introduced into the field of CR and dynamic spectrum access policy over nearly four years of work within COST Action IC0905 TERRA, a think-tank with participants from more than 20 countries. The book's subject matter includes:
• deployment scenarios for CR;
• technical approaches for improved spectrum sharing;
• economic aspects of CR policy and regulation;
• impact assessment of cognitive and software-defined radio; and
• novel approaches to spectrum policy and regulation for the age of CR.
The book will interest researchers in the field of wireless communications, especially those working with standardization and policy issues, as well as industry and regulatory professionals concerned with radio spectrum management and the general development of wireless communications. Considerable complementary reference material such as power point slides and technical reports that illustrates and expands on the contents of the book is provided on the companion website to the book, found at http://www.cost-terra.org/CR-policy-book

Arturas Medeisis started his career in a national regulatory authority where he learned the ropes of policy and spectrum access regulation for nearly every type of wireless technology. He then worked at the European Radiocommunications Office, where he got to know the international aspects of wireless communications policy development ...
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Title:Cognitive Radio Policy and Regulation: Techno-Economic Studies to Facilitate Dynamic Spectrum AccessFormat:Book & ToyDimensions:387 pagesPublished:February 21, 2014Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3319040219

ISBN - 13:9783319040219

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Table of Contents

Part I State-of-the-Art in Policy and Regulation of the Radio Spectrum: Introduction.- International Regulatory Developments.- European Regulatory Developments on CR/SDR (EC, CEPT).- Standardization Developments on CRS (ETSI RRS, IEEE).- Analysis of Radio-Spectrum Market Evolution Possibilities.- National Champions of CR Policy.- Part II Deployment Scenarios for Cognitive Radio: Introduction.- ETSI Reconfigurable Radio Systems (RRS) and CR Scenarios.- Scenarios for CR Deployment: The Vision of EU Projects.- Classification and Analysis of CR Scenarios.- Taxonomy of Cognitive Radio Use and Applications.- Case Study: Cognitive Radio in Medical Environments.- Part III Technical Approaches for Improved Spectrum Sharing.- Introduction.- Geo-Location Databases.- Cooperative Cognitive Radio Spectrum Sensing and Beam Forming.- Spectrum Aggregation over Non-Contiguous Frequency Bands.- Flexible Multi-Carrier Waveforms for Spectrum Sharing (OFDM vs. FBMC).- Detection of Malicious Users in Cognitive Wireless ad hoc Networks: A Statistical Approach.- Improved Spectral Efficiency and Coexistence with Iterative Waterfilling.- Assessing the Amount of Spectrum that May Be Available for DSA.- Case Studies on Advances in Spectrum Sharing.- Part IV Economic Aspects of CR Policy and Regulation.- Introduction.- Underlying Market Dynamics in the Wireless Communications Sector.- Key Factors Influencing Success and Failure of a Mobile Communications Platform.- Business Market for Dynamic Spectrum Access Technologies.- Business Scenarios for Spectrum-Sensing-Based DSA.- Cognitive Radio: The Need to Align the Regulations with the Technology.- Business Scenarios and Models for Use of Geo-Location Database in TV White Spaces.- Part V Impact Assessment of CR/SDR Regulation.- Introduction.- Methodology of Impact Assessment of CR/SDR Regulation.- Cognitive Radio: Aligning the Regulatory Environment with the Technology, an Actor-Centric Approach.- Business Models, Advices and Cost Analysis for Spectrum Sharing Scenarios.- Introduction of Dynamic Spectrum Management Technologies: The Role of Market Structure and Spectrum Policy.- Stalling Innovation of CR.- CR Policy Analysis: Framework and Implementation.- Part VI Novel Approaches to Spectrum Policy and Regulation for the Age of CR.- Introduction.- Pluralistic Licensing Concept.- ISM-Advanced Band Concept.- Part VII Summary and Recommendations.