Primary User Protection Using MSP in Cognitive Radio Networks

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Topic: Networking
Format: PDF
Cognitive Radio Networks (CRN) provides a promising solution to solve the scarcity of radio spectrum by the investigation of Medium Access Control (MAC) protocols. MAC protocols are used to sense the channels for data transmission and are considered for the secondary users to efficiently utilize and share the spectrum licensed by the primary user. One important issue associated with MAC protocol design is how the secondary users determine when and which channel they should sense and access without causing harmful interference to the primary user.
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