Throughput Maximization for Opportunistic Spectrum Access Via Transmission Probability Scheduling Scheme

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In this paper, the authors propose a novel transmission probability scheduling scheme for opportunistic spectrum access in cognitive radio networks. With the proposed scheme, the secondary user's throughput over a single channel is maximized while collision probability perceived by the primary user is constrained under a required threshold since the secondary user optimally schedules its transmission probabilities during the primary user's idle period. Moreover, they deeply study the maximum achievable throughput of the secondary user when the idle period of the primary user is different distribution to analyze the performance of the proposed transmission probability scheduling scheme.

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