Decentralized robust spectrum allocation for cognitive radio wireless mesh networks
Abstract— Decentralized robust spectrum allocation for cognitive radio wireless mesh networks. During the last decade we have seen an explosive growth in the deployment of wireless networks in unlicensed frequency bands, mainly driven by the great success of the IEEE 802.11 standard. In addition to its traditional last-hop usage, it has also been widely employed for Internet access infrastructure such as wireless mesh networks < Final Year Projects 2016 > WMNs. A problem that is envisioned in the near future is the spectrum scarcity, which could be a serious threat to cope with the ever increasing demand. Regulators are aware about this problem and they have already started to look for more available spectrum. One of the possibilities that has emerged is to allow secondary assignments in licensed bands, based on the recent cognitive radio networks (CRNs) paradigm.
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