Provided by: University of Sunderland
Date Added: May 2012
Compressive spectrum sensing techniques present many advantages over traditional spectrum sensing approaches, e.g., low sampling rate, and reduced energy consumption. However, when the spectral sparsity level is unknown, there are two significant challenges. They are: how to choose an appropriate number of measurements, and when to terminate the greedy recovery algorithm. In this paper, a Compressive Autonomous Sensing (CASe) framework is presented that gradually acquires the wideband signal using sub-Nyquist rate. Further, a sparsity-aware recovery algorithm is proposed to reconstruct the full spectrum while solving the problem of under-fitting or overfitting.