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Dynamic Sharing of Wireless Spectrum
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This book focuses on the current research on the dynamic spectrum sharing for efficient spectrum resource utilization, which covers the overlay spectrum sharing, underlay spectrum sharing and database-assisted spectrum sharing related research issues. Followed by a comprehensive review and in-depth discussion of the current state-of-the-art research literature and industry standardization, this book first presents a novel overlay spectrum sharing framework for dynamic utilization of available cellular frequency bands, formulates the dynamic spectrum sharing problem as a dynamic resource demand-supply matching problem, and accordingly develops a distributed fast spectrum sharing algorithm to solve the resource matching problem. A self-awareness power control approach for multi-hop routing selection is proposed, which can establish an effective and practical routing selection optimization in secondary access networks and minimize the interference to primary users. Finally, this book offers dynamic secondary access scheme for database-assisted spectrum sharing networks, which is targeted to support the prosperous wireless multimedia networking applications by leveraging the TV white spaces of geolocation databases while satisfying QoS guarantees of secondary users. The overlay spectrum sharing, underlay spectrum sharing, and database-assisted white spaces spectrum sharing research results that are presented in this book provide useful insights for the design of next generation wireless access networks. This book motivates a new line of thinking for efficient spectrum resource utilization and performance enhancements of future wireless access applications.

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Intelligent Spectrum Sharing for Wireless Commu...
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This SpringerBrief presents intelligent spectrum sharing technologies for future wireless communication systems. It explains the widely used opportunistic spectrum access and TV white space sharing, which has been approved by the FCC. Four new technologies to significantly increase the efficiency of spectrum sharing are also introduced. The four technologies presented are Dynamic Spectrum Co-Access, Incentivized Cooperative Spectrum Sharing, On-Demand Spectrum Sharing and Licensed Shared Spectrum Access. These technologies shed light on future wireless communication systems and pave the way for innovative spectrum sharing with increased spectrum utilization. Increased utilization will allow networks to meet the demand for radio spectrum and promote the growth of wireless industry and national economy. Spectrum Sharing is a valuable resource for researchers and professionals working in wireless communications. Advanced-level students in electrical engineering and computer science will also find this content helpful as a study guide.

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Intelligent Spectrum Sharing for Wireless Commu...
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This SpringerBrief presents intelligent spectrum sharing technologies for future wireless communication systems. It explains the widely used opportunistic spectrum access and TV white space sharing, which has been approved by the FCC. Four new technologies to significantly increase the efficiency of spectrum sharing are also introduced. The four technologies presented are Dynamic Spectrum Co-Access, Incentivized Cooperative Spectrum Sharing, On-Demand Spectrum Sharing and Licensed Shared Spectrum Access. These technologies shed light on future wireless communication systems and pave the way for innovative spectrum sharing with increased spectrum utilization. Increased utilization will allow networks to meet the demand for radio spectrum and promote the growth of wireless industry and national economy. Spectrum Sharing is a valuable resource for researchers and professionals working in wireless communications. Advanced-level students in electrical engineering and computer science will also find this content helpful as a study guide.

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Sharing RF Spectrum with Commodity Wireless Tec...
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Much energy has been spent on the subject of spectrum scarcity that would threaten to stunt the growth of wireless technologies and services. This concern comes on the heels of the great successes of both cellular communications and consumer oriented communications like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth that have changed the way people use computers and communications and that have led to the creation of large new markets for products and services.The response of many spectrum regulators throughout the world in addressing these concerns has been to consider releasing more spectrum for unlicensed or for shared use. An example is the spectrum that is released by the transition to digital TV: the frequencies freed up are destined, in part, to new applications that would be license exempt. A possible beneficiary of new spectrum releases would be "the smart grid", a networked application of digital sensor and control technology to the energy delivery segment of the energy utility industry. This policy has heightened the interests of all involved in spectrum sharing and many proposals are being considered or brought forward. However, theory in this area is scarce and practice proves resistive of quick solutions. A case in point is RLAN/radar spectrum sharing in the 5GHz range: six years after the ITU-R allocated this shared spectrum, the rules for sharing as well as the means to verify compliance with these rules are not fully mature.Another recent development is the interest in spectrum pricing and trading which tend to focus on the economic aspects of spectrum sharing at the expense understanding of the limitations as well as the technical possibilities of spectrum sharing. This book is about the theory and practice of spectrum sharing and is aimed at a wide audience. Although it addresses basic technical issues, the emphasis is on practice rather than theory. In presenting an overall picture of spectrum sharing, this book covers the why--the regulatory aspects as well as the how--the technical aspects. The latter is supported with a theoretical taxonomy of dimensions, modes and means of spectrum sharing and a number of practical cases of spectrum sharing are discussed, using established technologies as examples. This book should prove accessible to wireless systems designers, RF engineers and protocol developers as well as to planners for large scale wireless LAN deployments. The combination of theoretical explanation and practice based analysis is expected to prove useful for radio spectrum managers and regulators as well as standards development organizations.Further, this book should prove useful for educators and students in that it provides practice oriented background for the more abstract material presented in textbooks dealing with radio spectrum related theory.

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Sharing RF Spectrum with Commodity Wireless Tec...
175,99 € *
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Much energy has been spent on the subject of spectrum scarcity that would threaten to stunt the growth of wireless technologies and services. This concern comes on the heels of the great successes of both cellular communications and consumer oriented communications like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth that have changed the way people use computers and communications and that have led to the creation of large new markets for products and services.The response of many spectrum regulators throughout the world in addressing these concerns has been to consider releasing more spectrum for unlicensed or for shared use. An example is the spectrum that is released by the transition to digital TV: the frequencies freed up are destined, in part, to new applications that would be license exempt. A possible beneficiary of new spectrum releases would be "the smart grid", a networked application of digital sensor and control technology to the energy delivery segment of the energy utility industry. This policy has heightened the interests of all involved in spectrum sharing and many proposals are being considered or brought forward. However, theory in this area is scarce and practice proves resistive of quick solutions. A case in point is RLAN/radar spectrum sharing in the 5GHz range: six years after the ITU-R allocated this shared spectrum, the rules for sharing as well as the means to verify compliance with these rules are not fully mature.Another recent development is the interest in spectrum pricing and trading which tend to focus on the economic aspects of spectrum sharing at the expense understanding of the limitations as well as the technical possibilities of spectrum sharing. This book is about the theory and practice of spectrum sharing and is aimed at a wide audience. Although it addresses basic technical issues, the emphasis is on practice rather than theory. In presenting an overall picture of spectrum sharing, this book covers the why--the regulatory aspects as well as the how--the technical aspects. The latter is supported with a theoretical taxonomy of dimensions, modes and means of spectrum sharing and a number of practical cases of spectrum sharing are discussed, using established technologies as examples. This book should prove accessible to wireless systems designers, RF engineers and protocol developers as well as to planners for large scale wireless LAN deployments. The combination of theoretical explanation and practice based analysis is expected to prove useful for radio spectrum managers and regulators as well as standards development organizations.Further, this book should prove useful for educators and students in that it provides practice oriented background for the more abstract material presented in textbooks dealing with radio spectrum related theory.

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Sharing RF Spectrum with Commodity Wireless Tec...
139,99 € *
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Much energy has been spent on the subject of spectrum scarcity that would threaten to stunt the growth of wireless technologies and services. This concern comes on the heels of the great successes of both cellular communications and consumer oriented communications like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth that have changed the way people use computers and communications and that have led to the creation of large new markets for products and services.The response of many spectrum regulators throughout the world in addressing these concerns has been to consider releasing more spectrum for unlicensed or for shared use. An example is the spectrum that is released by the transition to digital TV: the frequencies freed up are destined, in part, to new applications that would be license exempt. A possible beneficiary of new spectrum releases would be "the smart grid", a networked application of digital sensor and control technology to the energy delivery segment of the energy utility industry. This policy has heightened the interests of all involved in spectrum sharing and many proposals are being considered or brought forward. However, theory in this area is scarce and practice proves resistive of quick solutions. A case in point is RLAN/radar spectrum sharing in the 5GHz range: six years after the ITU-R allocated this shared spectrum, the rules for sharing as well as the means to verify compliance with these rules are not fully mature.Another recent development is the interest in spectrum pricing and trading which tend to focus on the economic aspects of spectrum sharing at the expense understanding of the limitations as well as the technical possibilities of spectrum sharing.

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Sharing RF Spectrum with Commodity Wireless Tec...
143,91 € *
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Much energy has been spent on the subject of spectrum scarcity that would threaten to stunt the growth of wireless technologies and services. This concern comes on the heels of the great successes of both cellular communications and consumer oriented communications like Wi-Fi and Bluetooth that have changed the way people use computers and communications and that have led to the creation of large new markets for products and services.The response of many spectrum regulators throughout the world in addressing these concerns has been to consider releasing more spectrum for unlicensed or for shared use. An example is the spectrum that is released by the transition to digital TV: the frequencies freed up are destined, in part, to new applications that would be license exempt. A possible beneficiary of new spectrum releases would be "the smart grid", a networked application of digital sensor and control technology to the energy delivery segment of the energy utility industry. This policy has heightened the interests of all involved in spectrum sharing and many proposals are being considered or brought forward. However, theory in this area is scarce and practice proves resistive of quick solutions. A case in point is RLAN/radar spectrum sharing in the 5GHz range: six years after the ITU-R allocated this shared spectrum, the rules for sharing as well as the means to verify compliance with these rules are not fully mature.Another recent development is the interest in spectrum pricing and trading which tend to focus on the economic aspects of spectrum sharing at the expense understanding of the limitations as well as the technical possibilities of spectrum sharing.

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Blokdyk, Gerardus: Spectrum Sharing A Complete ...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 05.09.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Spectrum Sharing A Complete Guide, Autor: Blokdyk, Gerardus, Verlag: 5STARCooks, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS // General, Rubrik: Wirtschaft // Allgemeines, Lexika, Geschichte, Seiten: 284, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 416 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Spectrum Selection, Sensing, and Sharing in Cog...
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"Spectrum Selection, Sensing, and Sharing in Cognitive Radio Networks" introduces the readers to a comprehensive idea about the evolution and functionality of Cognitive Radio from a network perspective. The book covers an efficient modeling technique of spectrum occupancy patterns of primary users in licensed bands, substantiating the results based on real-time experiments performed in Boston, MA, USA. The next chapter introduces a new idea for cognitive radio termed as "Spectrum Selection," a concept of preferable selection of spectrum for further spectrum sensing. A separate chapter on application of Hidden Markov Models is discussed for efficient spectrum sensing techniques. Additionally, Game theoretic approaches are illustrated with examples in one chapter for spectrum sharing and coexistence of secondary and primary users in licensed bands. The concept of NC-OFDMA is also introduced as an option for efficient spectrum allocation in coexistence of secondary networks. Finally, the book ends with an invaluable concept on cross-layer architecture for future software defined radio based cognitive radio that are critical to the successful development of commercial products.

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