This detailed reference presents a quantitative structure that helps professionals determine the capability of cognitive radio to address a number of constraints of current radio design. Critical to understanding the operation of cognitive radio, the book develops an analytic model for a range of spectrum environments. Moreover, this unique resource offers unique insight into the application of dynamic spectrum access (DSA) to improve the performance of all classes of wireless devices. The book also represents an important shift in emphasis form the operation of individual communications links, to an examination of the aggregate capability of dense networks, and the fundamental difference between strategies that optimize link operation, as compared to aggregate performance.
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About the Author
Preston Marshall is director at large at the Information Sciences Institute at the University of Southern California. He is a widely published author of books, journal articles, and conference proceedings in the communications field. Dr. Marshall holds an M.Sc. in information science from Lehigh University and a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Cognitive Radio. A General Introduction to Radio Design and Operations. Conventional and Dynamic Spectrum Management Principles. A Short Introduction to the Cognitive Radio Development. General Operating Concept of a Cognitive Radio. Characterizing Spectrum Occupancy of Signaling Bandwidths. Characterizing High Energy Environments. Synthesizing Distribution Characteristics of Arbitrary Spectrum Environments. Analysis of Spectrum Occupancy and False Alarm Rates. Noise Floor Elevation Due to Intermodulation. Front-End Linearity Management Algorithms. Selection of Channels to Minimize the Environmental Noise Floor. Achieving Interference Tolerance in Cognitive Radios. Analysis of Interfering and Non-Interfering Wireless Operation. Minimizing the Spatial Interference Footprint by Cognitive Radio. Determination of the Density of Cognitive Radio Networks. Network Layer Performance Implications of Cognitive Radio. Cognitive Radio Application of Content-Based Networking. Policy and Decision-Making in a Cognitive Radio. Environment-Driven Performance, Reliability, and Component Trades. Large-Scale Cognitive Radio System Experiments and Demonstrations. Desirable Cognitive Radio Implementation Technology Developments. Future Research Needs Toward a Cognitive Radio Ecosystem. Appendices. List of Acronyms and Abbreviations. List of Symbols.