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Cognitive Wireless Communications – A paradigm shift in dealing with radio resources as a prerequisite for the wireless network of the future – An overview on the topic of cognitive wireless technologies

Thomas Haustein, Slawomir Stanczak, Adam Wolisz, Friedrich Jondral, Hans Schotten, Rolf Kraemer, Markus Mück, Horst Mennenga and Paul Bender
From the journal Frequenz

Abstract

Wireless radio communications systems form the basis for mobile network connections in the digital society. A limited amount of radio spectrum and a spatially densified use of wireless communications systems require a resource-efficient use of the spectrum. Mechanisms of cognitive radio may hold the key to a more efficient use of the available spectrum under consideration of quality of service requirements. These mechanisms take advantage of location-specific knowledge of the wireless channel occupation in the dimensions of frequency, time, location and direction in space and therefore enable co-existent and reliable wireless communication. The authors give an introduction to the status of cognitive wireless communication technology, which represents the starting point of a series of research projects promoted by BMBF during 2012–2014.

Published Online: 2016-6-24
Published in Print: 2016-7-1

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