While still in the early stages of research and development, cognitive radio is a highly promising communications paradigm with the ability to effectively address the spectrum insufficiency problem. Written by those pioneering the field, Cognitive Radio Networks: Architectures, Protocols, and Standards offers a complete view of cognitive radio—including introductory concepts, fundamental techniques, regulations, standards, system implementations, and recent developments.
From the physical layer to protocol layer, world-class editors provide comprehensive technical and regulatory guidance across cognitive radio, dynamic spectrum access, and cognitive wireless networks. The book examines routing, Medium Access Control (MAC), cooperation schemes, resource management, mobility, and game theory approach. Organized into three sections for ease of reference:
- Introduces and addresses the issues in the physical layer, including sensing, capacity, and power control
- Examines issues in the protocol layers and supplies practical solutions
- Explores applications, including cognitive radio systems
Complete with illustrative figures that allow for complete cross-referencing, this authoritative reference provides readers with the understanding of the fundamental concepts, principles, and framework of cognitive wireless systems needed to initiate the development of future-generation wireless systems and networks.
Table of Contents
PHYSICAL LAYER ISSUES. Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks. Capacity Analysis of Cognitive Radio Networks. Power Control for Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Networks. PROTOCOLS AND ECONOMIC APPROACHES. Medium Access Control in Cognitive Radio Networks. Cross-layer Optimization in Cognitive Radio Networks. Security in Cognitive Radio Networks. Distributed Coordination in Cognitive Radio Networks. Quality-of-Service in Cognitive WLAN over Fiber. Game theory for Dynamic Spectrum Access. Game theory for spectrum sharing. Pricing for Security and QoS in Cognitive Radio Networks. APPLICATIONS AND SYSTEMS. Cognitive Radio for Pervasive Healthcare. Network Selection in Cognitive Radio Networks. Cognitive Radio Networks: an Assessment Framework.
Yan Zhang received his BS in communication engineering from the Nanjing University of Post and Telecommunications, China; hisMS in electrical engineering from the Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China; and his PhD from the School of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
He is an associate editor/editorial board of Wiley International Journal of Communication Systems (IJCS); the International Journal of Communication Networks and Distributed Systems (IJCNDS); Springer International Journal Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing (JAIHC); the International Journal of Adaptive, Resilient and Autonomic Systems (IJARAS); Wiley Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing (WCMC); Wiley Security and Communication Networks; the International Journal of Network Security; the International Journal of Ubiquitous Computing; Transactions on Internet and Information Systems (TIIS); the International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communications Systems (IJAACS); the International Journal of Ultra Wideband Communications and Systems (IJUWBCS); and the International Journal of Smart Home (IJSH).
He is currently serving as an editor for the book series Wireless Networks and Mobile Communications (Auerbach Publications, CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group). He serves as a guest coeditor for Wiley Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing (WCMC) special issue for best papers in the conference IWCMC 2009; ACM/Springer Multimedia Systems Journal special issue on “wireless multimedia transmission technology and application”; Springer Journal of Wireless Personal Communications special issue on “cognitive radio networks and communications”; Inderscience International Journal of Autonomous and Adaptive Communi