Nearly Optimal Asynchronous Blind Rendezvous Algorithm for Cognitive Radio Networks

Rendezvous is a fundamental process in Cognitive Radio Networks, through which a user establishes a link to communicate with a neighbor on a common channel. Most previous solutions use either a central controller or a Common Control Channel (CCC) to simplify the problem, which are inflexible and vulnerable to faults and attacks. Some blind rendezvous algorithms have been proposed that rely on no centralization. Channel Hopping (CH) is a representative technique used in blind rendezvous, with which each user hops among the available channels according to a pre-defined sequence

Provided by: Tsihai Topic: Networking Date Added: Jun 2013 Format: PDF

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