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Recently the Cognitive Radio (CR), in particular the CR Ad-Hoc Network (CRAHN) technology appears as a burgeoning area in wireless communication that enables utilization of limited network resources in more efficient and intelligent way; studies indicate that opportunistic utilization of the available radio frequency spectrum, without interfering the licensed Primary User (PU) could be made. This paper presents some simulation based performance of the Multi-Channel Hidden Terminal (MCHT) problem on CRAHNs; new observations on the effect of the number of channels on certain PU-activity metrics, e.g., delay and throughput, are described.
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