Enforcing Dynamic Spectrum Access With Spectrum Permits

Dynamic spectrum access is a maturing technology that allows next generation wireless devices to make highly efficient use of wireless spectrum. Spectrum can be allocated on an on-demand basis for a given geographic location, time duration and frequency range. However, a major obstacle to adoption remains. There are no effective solutions to protect licensed users from spectrum misuse, where users transmit without properly licensing spectrum, and in doing so, interfere and disrupt legitimate flows to which the spectrum is assigned. Given the flexibility of today's cognitive radios, an application can easily transmit on frequencies outside of its allocated range, either accidentally due to mis-configuration, or intentionally to avoid spectrum licensing costs.

Provided by: Association for Computing Machinery Topic: Mobility Date Added: Apr 2012 Format: PDF

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