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The Effect of Multiple Energy Detector on Evidence Theory Based Cooperative Spectrum Sensing Scheme for Cognitive Radio Networks
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The Effect of Multiple Energy Detector on Evidence Theory Based Cooperative Spectrum Sensing Scheme for Cognitive Radio Networks
Khan, Muhammad Sajjad; Koo, Insoo;
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 Abstract
Spectrum sensing is an essential function that enables cognitive radio technology to explore spectral holes and resourcefully access them without any harmful interference to the licenses user. Spectrum sensing done by a single node is highly affected by fading and shadowing. Thus, to overcome this, cooperative spectrum sensing was introduced. Currently, the advancements in multiple antennas have given a new dimension to cognitive radio research. In this paper, we propose a multiple energy detector for cooperative spectrum sensing schemes based on the evidence theory. Also, we propose a reporting mechanism for multiple energy detectors. With our proposed system, we show that a multiple energy detector using a cooperative spectrum sensing scheme based on evidence theory increases the reliability of the system, which ultimately increases the spectrum sensing and reduces the reporting time. Also in simulation results, we show the probability of error for the proposed system. Our simulation results show that our proposed system outperforms the conventional energy detector system.
 Keywords
Cognitive Radio;Contention-Aware Reporting;Cooperative Spectrum Sensing;Evidence Theory (D-S Theory);Multiple Energy Detector;Sequential Data Fusion;
 Language
English
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