Information Flow for Optimized Management of Spectrum and Radio Resources in Cognitive B3G Wireless Networks
Source: University of Phoenix
The Beyond 3G (B3G) radio landscape will consist of cognitive heterogeneous wireless networks, operating in the framework of diverse co-operative associations among different classes of operators and providers, for the accommodation of the demands of users with multimode and/or multi-homing enabled terminals. In this context, the optimized spectrum and radio resource utilization will be key factor for accomplishment of the purposes of both users and operators/providers, namely the satisfaction of user's needs and the augmentation of profit, respectively. In this paper, the authors focus on an architecture for the management and optimization of spectrum and radio resource utilization in such composite wireless environments, and they analytically present the respective information flow among and from/to the functional entities involved in this architecture.