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Intelligent Wireless Communications: Cognitive Radio
NSF, EPSCoR 2017 (2017)
  • ADNAN QUADRI, University of North Dakota
The proliferation of wireless networks over the last decade has increased the demand for radio frequency channels. Current fixed frequency allocation is inefficient as some unlicensed frequencies, such as Wi-Fi, are heavily used while licensed frequencies often lay idle. Cognitive Radio technology aims to address the spectrum scarcity by sensing and opportunistically accessing available frequencies. Therefore, this project aims to develop probabilistic models to enhance the access to the radio spectrum.  
  • Cogntive Radio,
  • Signal processing,
  • Spectrum Sensing,
  • Probabilistic models
Publication Date
Spring April 12, 2017
Fargo, ND, USA
Citation Information
ADNAN QUADRI. "Intelligent Wireless Communications: Cognitive Radio" NSF, EPSCoR 2017 (2017)
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