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Research on Resource Allocation Method for a Hybrid WSD Based on Location Probability
Chang, Hyugnmin; Lee, Won-Cheol;
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 Abstract
portable white space device(WSD) obeying the Korean regulations of TV white space(TVWS) can cause harmful interference to a digital TV receiver residing at the same pixel around the edge of the digital TV service coverage for the case with a changed propagation environment. In order to solve this problem, we propose a method to allocate the resource of a hybrid WSD based on TVWS geo-location DB with spectrum sensing. Using the received power of digital TV signal through the spectrum sensing, a hybrid WSD can calculate the maximum permitted EIRP based on location probability. Based on the accurate allocation method proposed in this paper, it is possible to satisfy the Korean TVWS regulations and to eliminate the harmful interference to TV receivers nearby the hybrid WSD.
 Keywords
TV White Space;White Space Device;Effective Isotropic Radiated Power;TV Band Device;Hybrid WSD;Geo-Location Database;Spectrum Sensing;
 Language
Korean
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