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Spectral Efficiency Optimization for an Interfering Cognitive Radio With Adaptive Modulation and Coding

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Executive Summary

In this paper, the authors consider a primary and a cognitive user transmitting over a wireless fading interference channel. The primary user transmits with a constant power and utilizes an Adaptive Modulation and Coding (AMC) scheme satisfying a bit error rate requirement. They propose a link adaptation scheme to maximize the average spectral efficiency of the cognitive radio, while a minimum required spectral efficiency for the primary user is provisioned. The resulting problem is constrained to also satisfy a bit error rate requirement and a power constraint for the cognitive link. The AMC mode selection and power control at the cognitive transmitter is optimized based on the modified signal to noise plus interference ratio feedback of both links.

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