Cognitive radio communications and networks [electronic resource] : principles and practice / edited by Alexander M. Wyglinski, Maziar Nekovee, Y. Thomas Hou.

Amsterdam ; Boston : Academic Press, c2010.
1 online resource (737 p.)

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Cognitive radio networks.
Ad hoc networks (Computer networks).
Electronic books.
This book gives comprehensive and balanced coverage of the principles of cognitive radio communications, cognitive networks, and details of their implementation, including the latest developments in the standards and spectrum policy. Case studies, end-of-chapter questions, and descriptions of various platforms and test beds, together with sample code, give hands-on knowledge of how cognitive radio systems can be implemented in practice. Extensive treatment is given to several standards, including IEEE 802.22 for TV White Spaces and IEEE SCC41. Written by leading people in the field,
Front Cover; Cognitive Radio Communications and Networks: Principles and Practice; Copyright; Dedication; Contents; Preface; About the Editors; Chapter 1: When radio meets software; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Software-Defined Radio; 1.2.1 What Is Software-Defined Radio?; 1.2.2 Evolution of Software-Defined Radio; 1.3 Cognitive Radio; 1.3.1 What Is Cognitive Radio?; 1.3.2 Evolution of Cognitive Radio; 1.4 Key Applications; 1.4.1 Interoperability; 1.4.2 Dynamic Spectrum Access; 1.5 Book Organization; Theme 1: Cognitive radiocommunicationtechniques andalgorithms
Chapter 2: Radio frequency spectrum andregulation2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Spectrum: Nature's Communication Highway; 2.2.1 Physical Characteristics of Spectrum; 2.2.2 Implications for Communication Applications; 2.3 Regulatory History and Successes; 2.3.1 Objectives and Philosophy; 2.3.2 Early History and Success; 2.4 Emerging Regulatory Challenges and Actions; 2.4.1 Era of Increasing Regulatory Challenges; 2.4.2 Allocation, Reallocation, and Optimization; 2.4.3 Regulatory Actions; 2.4.4 Spectrum Task Forces and Commissions; 2.5 Regulatory Issues of Cognitive Access
2.5.1 Should a Regulator Allow Cognitive Access?2.5.2 How to Determine the Rules of Entry; 2.5.3 Regulatory Implications of Different Methods of Cognition; 2.5.4 Regulatory Developments to Date; 2.6 Spectrum Measurements and Usage; 2.6.1 Early Spectrum Occupancy Studies; 2.6.2 Snapshot Studies; 2.6.3 Spectrum Observatory; 2.6.4 Spectral Sensor Arrays; 2.7 Applications for Spectrum Occupancy Data; 2.7.1 Regulatory Guidance; 2.7.2 Wireless Systems and Device Design Opportunities; 2.7.3 Wireless Communications and Data Service Providers; 2.7.4 Societal Value
2.8 Chapter Summary and Further Readings2.9 Problems; Chapter 3: Digital communicationfundamentals for cognitiveradio; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Data Transmission; 3.2.1 Fundamental Limits; 3.2.2 Sources of Transmission Error; 3.3 Digital Modulation Techniques; 3.3.1 Representation of Signals; 3.3.2 Euclidean Distance between Signals; 3.3.3 Decision Rule; 3.3.4 Power Efficiency; 3.3.5 M-ary Phase Shift Keying; 3.3.6 M-ary Quadrature Amplitude Modulation; 3.4 Probability of Bit Error; 3.4.1 Derivation of Probability of Bit Error; 3.4.2 Probability of Bit Error of M-ary Phase Shift Keying
3.5 Multicarrier Modulation3.5.1 Basic Theory; 3.5.2 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing; 3.5.3 Filter Bank Multicarrier Systems; 3.6 Multicarrier Equalization Techniques; 3.6.1 Interference in Multicarrier Systems; 3.6.2 Distortion Reduction; 3.6.3 Optimal Single-Tap Per-Tone Equalization for OFDM Systems; 3.6.4 Frequency-Domain Equalizers for Multicarrier Systems; 3.7 Intersymbol Interference; 3.7.1 Peak Interference/Peak Distortion; 3.7.2 Chernoff Bound; 3.8 Pulse Shaping; 3.8.1 Nyquist Pulse Shaping Theory; 3.8.2 Nyquist Frequency-Domain No ISI Criterion
3.9 Chapter Summary and Further Readings
Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Wyglinski, Alexander M.
Nekovee, Maziar.
Hou, Y. Thomas.