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Short description Cognitive radio networks is one of the most critical technologies in future wireless communications. Written by leading experts, Cognitive Radio Networks is one of the first books to provide a systematic description of the field. This introductory-level text provides a basic overview of the technologies supporting cognitive radio, a background of advances in the field of cognitive radios, and explores how these radios can work together as a network. This is essential reading for new and seasoned industrial, communications, and R&D engineers and researchers, and graduate students.
From the contents 1. Wireless Communications.
1.1 Wireless Communication Systems.
1.2 Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing(OFDM).
1.4 Multiuser Detection (MUD).
2. Software Defined Radio.
2.1 Software Defined Radio Architecture.
2.2 Digital Signal Processor and SDR Baseband Architecture.
2.3 Reconfigurable Wireless communication Systems.
2.4 Digital Radio Processing.
3. Wireless Networks.
3.1 Multiple Access Communications and ALOHA.
3.2 Splitting Algorithms.
3.3 Carrier Sensing.
3.5 Flow Control.
4. Cooperative Communications and Networks.
4.1 Information Theory for Cooperative Communications.
4.2 Cooperative Communications.
4.3 Cooperative Wireless Networks.
5. Cognitive Radio Communications.
5.1 Cognitive Radios and Dynamic Spectrum Access.
5.2 Analytical Approach and Algorithms for Dynamic Spectrum Access.