Multicasting in Cognitive Radio Networks: Algorithms, Techniques and Protocols

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Provided by: Cornell University
Topic: Mobility
Format: PDF
Multicasting is a fundamental networking primitive utilized by numerous applications. This also holds true for Cognitive Radio Networks (CRNs) which have been proposed as a solution to the problems that emanate from the static non-adaptive features of classical wireless networks. A prime application of CRNs is Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA), which improves the efficiency of spectrum allocation by allowing a secondary network, comprising of Secondary Users (SUs), to share spectrum licensed to a primary licensed networks comprising of Primary Users (PUs).
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