Cognitive networks are based on agile and opportunistic use of spectrum resources. This work focuses on those network scenarios where primary or licensed users coexist with secondary or unlicensed ones. Secondary users opportunistically access the shared resources whenever vacant, with the strict constraint of being invisible to primary users. We derive here analytical bounds on throughput and transmission delay of secondary users under different assumptions on secondary and primary users traffic statistics, and we comment on the use of the proposed models to dimension secondary transmissions. © 2008 International Federation for Information Processing.

Throughput and Delay Bounds for Cognitive Transmissions

BORGONOVO, FLAMINIO;CESANA, MATTEO;FRATTA, LUIGI
2008-01-01

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Cognitive networks are based on agile and opportunistic use of spectrum resources. This work focuses on those network scenarios where primary or licensed users coexist with secondary or unlicensed ones. Secondary users opportunistically access the shared resources whenever vacant, with the strict constraint of being invisible to primary users. We derive here analytical bounds on throughput and transmission delay of secondary users under different assumptions on secondary and primary users traffic statistics, and we comment on the use of the proposed models to dimension secondary transmissions. © 2008 International Federation for Information Processing.
IFIP International Federation of Information Processing, Advances in Ad Hoc Networking
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