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Two-Stage Spectrum Sensing Scheme Using Fuzzy Logic for Cognitive Radio Networks
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 Title & Authors
Two-Stage Spectrum Sensing Scheme Using Fuzzy Logic for Cognitive Radio Networks
Satrio, Cahyo Tri; Jaeshin, Jang;
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 Abstract
Spectrum sensing in cognitive radio networks allows secondary users to sense the unused spectrum without causing interference to primary users. Cognitive radio requires more accurate sensing results from unused portions of the spectrum. Accurate spectrum sensing techniques can reduce the probability of false alarms and misdetection. In this paper, a two-stage spectrum sensing scheme is proposed for cooperative spectrum sensing in cognitive radio networks. In the first stage, spectrum sensing is executed for each secondary user using energy detection based on double adaptive thresholds to determine the spectrum condition. If the energy value lies between two thresholds, a fuzzy logic scheme is applied to determine the channel conditions more accurately. In the second stage, a fusion center combines the results of each secondary user and uses a fuzzy logic scheme for combining all decisions. The simulation results show that the proposed scheme provides increased sensing accuracy by about 20% in some cases.
 Keywords
Cognitive radio;Cooperative spectrum sensing;Energy detection;Fuzzy logic;
 Language
Korean
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