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Title: Performance analysis of high-traffic cognitive radio communication system using hybrid spectrum access, prediction and monitoring techniques
Authors: Thakur, Prabhat
Kumar, Alok
Pandit, S.
Singh, G.
Satashia, S. N.
Keywords: Cognitive Radio
Spectrum prediction
Hybrid spectrum access
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Jaypee University of Information Technology, Solan, H.P.
Abstract: In this paper, the hybrid spectrum access and prediction techniques are exploited simultaneously in the high-traffic cognitive radio communication system, in order to enhance the throughput and overcome the problem of waiting states. The hybrid spectrum access is responsible for throughput enhancement by escaping the waiting states whereas the spectrum prediction alleviates the sensing errors in the high-traffic communication environment. The closed-form expression for the throughput of cognitive user (CU) communication is derived and validated the proposed approach with the reported literature. Moreover, a new framework is proposed to conquer the sharing issues of conventional and proposed approaches. In addition to this, the performance metrics of proposed framework such as the data-loss, energy-loss of the CU and interference at the PU have been analyzed.
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