Adaptive Cooperative Spectrum Sensing Based on a Novel Robust Detection Algorithm
The optimal data fusion rule for multiple sensor detection systems based on the Bayesian criterion has been derived by Chair and Varshney in 1986. However, most of the following works are focused on how to implement such a fusion rule, since the probability of false alarm and the probability of miss detection are hard to evaluate in practice. Till now, although more and more satisfactory data-fusion implementation schemes are available, most of the cooperative spectrum sensing techniques are based on the simple energy-detection algorithm, which only relies on the energy of the received signal. However, when noise is relatively large or the time-varying characteristics of the signal are conspicuous, the energy-detection spectrum sensing algorithm is more prone to fail.