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Spectrum Sharing

The Next Frontier in Wireless Networks

Papadias, Constantinos B. / Ratnarajah, Tharmalingam / Slock, Dirk T. M. (Herausgeber)

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1. Auflage April 2020
456 Seiten, Hardcover
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ISBN: 978-1-119-55149-2
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Combines the latest trends in spectrum sharing, both from a research and a standards/regulation/experimental standpoint

Written by noted professionals from academia, industry, and research labs, this unique book provides a comprehensive treatment of the principles and architectures for spectrum sharing in order to help with the existing and future spectrum crunch issues. It presents readers with the most current standardization trends, including CEPT / CEE, eLSA, CBRS, MulteFire, LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U), LTE WLAN integration with Internet Protocol security tunnel (LWIP), and LTE/Wi-Fi aggregation (LWA), and offers substantial trials and experimental results, as well as system-level performance evaluation results. The book also includes a chapter focusing on spectrum policy reinforcement and another on the economics of spectrum sharing.

Beginning with the historic form of cognitive radio, Spectrum Sharing: The Next Frontier in Wireless Networks continues with current standardized forms of spectrum sharing, and reviews all of the technical ingredients that may arise in spectrum sharing approaches. It also looks at policy and implementation aspects and ponders the future of the field. White spaces and data base-assisted spectrum sharing are discussed, as well as the licensed shared access approach and cooperative communication techniques. The book also covers reciprocity-based beam forming techniques for spectrum sharing in MIMO networks; resource allocation for shared spectrum networks; large scale wireless spectrum monitoring; and much more.
* Contains all the latest standardization trends, such as CEPT / ECC, eLSA, CBRS, MulteFire, LTE-Unlicensed (LTE-U), LTE WLAN integration with Internet Protocol security tunnel (LWIP) and LTE/Wi-Fi aggregation (LWA)
* Presents a number of emerging technologies for future spectrum sharing (collaborative sensing, cooperative communication, reciprocity-based beamforming, etc.), as well as novel spectrum sharing paradigms (e.g. in full duplex and radar systems)
* Includes substantial trials and experimental results, as well as system-level performance evaluation results
* Contains a dedicated chapter on spectrum policy reinforcement and one on the economics of spectrum sharing
* Edited by experts in the field, and featuring contributions by respected professionals in the field world wide

Spectrum Sharing: The Next Frontier in Wireless Networks is highly recommended for graduate students and researchers working in the areas of wireless communications and signal processing engineering. It would also benefit radio communications engineers and practitioners.

1. Introduction: From cognitive radio to modern spectrum sharing

Constantinos B. Papadias, Athens Information Technology, Tharmalingam Ratnarajah, University of Edinburgh, Dirk T.M. Slock, Institut Eurecom

2. Regulation and standardization activities related to spectrum sharing

Marckus Mueck, Intel Deutschland GmbH, Mara Dolores (Lola) Perez Guirao, Sennheiser, Rao Yallapragada, Srikathyayani Srikanteswara, Intel Corporation

3. White spaces and data base-assisted spectrum sharing

Andrew Stirling, Larkhill Consultancy

4. Evolving spectrum sharing methods and standards: TVWS, CBRS, MulteFire and more

David Crawford, Dani Anderson, K.A. Shruthi, Robert W. Stewart, University of Strathclyde

5. The spectrum landscape above radio and up to mmWave bands

Abhishek K. Gupta and Adrish Banerjee, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kanpur

6. The Licensed Shared Access approach

António Jorge Morgado, Instituto de Telecomunicações

7. Collaborative sensing techniques

Christian Steffens, Telespazio-VEGA Deutschland and Marius Pesavento, Darmstadt University of Technology

8. Cooperative communication techniques for spectrum sharing

Faheem Khan, University of Huddersfield, Miltiades C. Filippou, Intel Deutschland GmbH, Mathini Sellathurai, Heriot-Watt University

9. Reciprocity-based beamforming techniques for spectrum sharing in MIMO networks

Kalyana Gopalaand Dirk T.M. Slock, Institut Eurecom

10. Spectrum sharing with Full Duplex

Sudip Biswas, University of Edinburgh, Ali Cagatay Cirik, Ofinno Technologies, Miltiades C. Filippou, Intel Deutschland GmbH, and Tharmalingam Ratnarajah, University of Edinburgh

11. Communication and radar systems: Spectral co-existence and beyond

Fan Liu and Christos Masouros, University College London

12. The role of antenna arrays in spectrum sharing

Constantinos B. Papadias, Konstantinos Ntougias, Athens Information Technology, Georgios K. Papageorgiou, Heriot-Watt University

13. Resource allocation for shared spectrum networks

Eduard Jorswieck, TU Dresden and M. Majid Butt, University of Glasgow

14. Unlicensed spectrum access in 3GPP

Daniela Laselva, Nokia Bell Labs, David López Pérez, Nokia Bell Labs, Mika Rinne, Nokia Technologies, Tero Henttonen, Nokia Bell Labs, Claudio Rosa, Nokia Bell Labs, Markku Kuusela, Nokia CSD Digital Automation

15. Performance analysis of spatial spectrum reuse in ultra dense networks

Youjia Chen, Fuzhou University, Ming Ding, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, David López Pérez, Nokia Bell Labs

16. Large scale wireless spectrum monitoring: Challenges and solutions based on Machine Learning

Sreeraj Rajendran and Sophie Pollin, KU Leuven

17. Policy enforcement in dynamic spectrum sharing

Jung-Min (Jerry) Park, Vireshwar Kumar and Taiwo Oyedare, Virginia Tech

18. Economics of spectrum sharing, valuation, and secondary markets

William Lehr, Massachussetts Institute of Technology

19. The future outlook of spectrum sharing

Richard Womersley, LS Telcom
Constantinos B. Papadias, PhD, is Executive Director of Research, Technology and Innovation Network at The American College of Greece, Athens, Greece.

Tharmalingam Ratnarajah, PhD, is a Professor in Digital Communications and Signal Processing and Head of the Institute for Digital Communications at the University of Edinburgh, UK.

Dirk T.M. Slock, PhD, teaches Statistical Signal Processing (SSP) and signal processing techniques for wireless communications at EURECOM in France.