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학술대회 Dynamic Spectrum Access Techniques: TPC-resilient Initial Access in Open Spectrum Bands
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이문원, 고광진, 임선민, 송명선, 김창주
International Conference on Cognitive Radio Oriented Wireless Networks and Communications (CrownCom) 2008, pp.1-6
08MR1100, 스펙트럼 사용효율 개선을 위한 Cognitive radio 기술 개발, 송명선
Fast frequency channel saturation is one of big challenges in open spectrum bands. System designers may easily come up with TPC (Transmission Power Control) applied to the down-streams of a network, to increase the cell reuse factor, but this scheme alone is likely to encounter initial access issues where beacons are not either receivable or decodable inside the network's maximum transmission range. Such problems can be handled in two major approaches; First, relaying beacons in a distributed manner to statistically sweep out hidden areas. Second, explicit demand of beacons from a connecting device. The latter is called active scan (or sending probes) and can guarantee successful connections to the network if, and only if, appropriate mechanisms are provided to avoid interference to neighboring networks. In that context, we will explore a wide span of DSA (Dynamic Spectrum Access) techniques and introduce a system, called DPA (Discrete Probe Access)-OFDMA, where probe frames are transmitted with orthogonality maintained in the power and code domain. A group of cognitive techniques to boost the efficiency of active scans will be presented too.
Coexistence, Cognitive radio, OFDMA, Probe, Spectral sensing, Spectrum access, Transmission power control
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Active scan, Discrete probe, Dynamic Spectrum Access, Initial access, Maximum transmission, Power control(PC), Transmission Range, cognitive radio(CR), distributed manner, reuse factor, spectral sensing