Cognitive Radio Techniques: Spectrum Sensing, Interference Mitigation, and Localization (Mobile Communications) 1st Edition, Kindle Edition
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Authors Sithamparanathan and Giorgetti, begin by explaining the cognitive cycle, cognitive engine, and the latest advancements around the world in terms of standardizations and applications. Next, the authors provide the preliminaries for understanding spectrum sensing. In addition, they then present some of the basic spectrum sensing techniques, along with their statistical performance evaluations. The authors also present a good insight into how spectrum sensing techniques perform, considering the temporal variations in radio environments. Then, they continue with a presentation of collaborative spectrum sensing to enhance the performance in a cognitive radio network. The authors then describe some advanced spectrum sensing topics that may be considered by researchers and students to pursue further research. Next, they provide the fundamentals of coexistence and interference mitigation, followed by the coexistence analysis. In addition, the authors present various interference models. They also cover the coexistence in network scenarios. Then, they cover interference mitigation techniques and advanced interference mitigation techniques. The authors also present some fundamentals of localization and tracking for cognitive radios considering various approaches. Finally, they conclude by covering the localization of primary users and the generation of radio environmental maps.
This most excellent book primarily focuses on radio scene analysis and interference mitigation topics, which are not treated well enough in any of the currently existing books on cognitive radios. More importantly though, this great book provides an extensive treatment on cognitive radio techniques for radio scene analysis with spectrum sensing techniques, localization techniques, and interference mitigation techniques.