Cooperative Cognitive Radio Networks
The Complete Spectrum Cycle
Cooperative Cognitive Radio Networks: The Complete Spectrum Cycle provides a solid understanding of the foundations of cognitive radio technology, from spectrum sensing, access, and handoff to routing, trading, and security. Written in a tutorial style with several illustrative examples, this comprehensive book:
- Gives an overview of cognitive radio systems and explains the different components of the spectrum cycle
- Features step-by-step analyses of the different algorithms and systems, supported by extensive computer simulations, figures, tables, and references
- Fulfills the need for a single source of information on all aspects of the spectrum cycle, including the physical, link, medium access, network, and application layers
Offering a unifying view of the various approaches and methodologies, Cooperative Cognitive Radio Networks: The Complete Spectrum Cycle presents the state of the art of cognitive radio technology, addressing all phases of the spectrum access cycle.
Table of Contents
Introduction to Cognitive Radio. Spectrum Sensing. Cooperative Spectrum Acquisition. Cooperative Spectrum Acquisition in the Presence of Interference. Spectrum Sensing: Performance Measures and Design Trade-Offs. Spectrum Handoff. MAC Protocols in Cognitive Radio Networks. Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc and Sensor Networks: Network Models and Local Control Schemes. Medium Access in Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Networks. Routing in Multihop Cognitive Radio Networks. Economics of Cognitive Radio. Security Concerns in Cognitive Radio Networks.
Mohamed Ibnkahla is a full professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He holds a Ph.D and Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches from the Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, France. Dr. Ibnkahla led several national and international projects in wireless communications, wireless sensor networks, and cognitive radio technology. A popular invited speaker, he has authored 5 books and more than 150 book chapters and journal and conference papers. He serves as the editor of a number of international journals and book series, and is a registered professional engineer of Ontario, Canada.
"... a good source for a beginner in the research area of cognitive radios. ... The author does a very good job of providing a broad overview of the spectrum cycle of CR networks from a basic introduction to a discussion of security issues. The chapters are written well and have a good combination of explanations and mathematical formulations. The exhaustive references at the end of the chapters will also aid in follow-up reading."
—Satyajayant Misra, from IEEE Wireless Communications, April 2015