Interference effects of non-ideal dynamic spectrum access on primary and secondary user capacities

Dinesh Datla, Tim Newman, Tamal Bose, Jeffrey H. Reed

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Abstract

Dynamic spectrum access (DSA) technology can improve the spectrum utilization significantly and is the key solution to the spectrum scarcity problem. In a typical DSA scenario, the secondary user (SU) is required to co-exist with the primary user (PU) in a non-interfering manner. However, the SU's spectrum sensing limitations can result in erroneous secondary transmissions that can affect the PU's capacity. In this paper, we model the interference caused by the SU to the PU and simulate the resulting capacity loss experienced by the PU. The trends in the PU and SU capacities that occur with variation in the system parameters such as transmit SNR, PU - SU spatial separation and the spectrum sensing time have been discussed. The results presented in this paper show that the capacity loss of the PU as well as the SU due to DSA interference is insignificant when limits are placed on the SU system parameters. Furthermore, the maximum effective throughput that can be achieved by the SU under such limited operation is also computed.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publication2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009, Proceedings
Pages212-217
Number of pages6
DOIs
StatePublished - 2009
Externally publishedYes
Event2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009 - Marco Island, FL, United States
Duration: Jan 4 2009Jan 7 2009

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Other2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009
CountryUnited States
CityMarco Island, FL
Period1/4/091/7/09

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Keywords

  • Dynamic spectrum access
  • Information theoretic capacity
  • Interference
  • Maximum effective throughput

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Computer Networks and Communications
  • Signal Processing
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering

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Datla, D., Newman, T., Bose, T., & Reed, J. H. (2009). Interference effects of non-ideal dynamic spectrum access on primary and secondary user capacities. In 2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009, Proceedings (pp. 212-217). [4785923] https://doi.org/10.1109/DSP.2009.4785923

Interference effects of non-ideal dynamic spectrum access on primary and secondary user capacities. / Datla, Dinesh; Newman, Tim; Bose, Tamal; Reed, Jeffrey H.

2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009, Proceedings. 2009. p. 212-217 4785923.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contribution

Datla, D, Newman, T, Bose, T & Reed, JH 2009, Interference effects of non-ideal dynamic spectrum access on primary and secondary user capacities. in 2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009, Proceedings., 4785923, pp. 212-217, 2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009, Marco Island, FL, United States, 1/4/09. https://doi.org/10.1109/DSP.2009.4785923
Datla D, Newman T, Bose T, Reed JH. Interference effects of non-ideal dynamic spectrum access on primary and secondary user capacities. In 2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009, Proceedings. 2009. p. 212-217. 4785923 https://doi.org/10.1109/DSP.2009.4785923
Datla, Dinesh ; Newman, Tim ; Bose, Tamal ; Reed, Jeffrey H. / Interference effects of non-ideal dynamic spectrum access on primary and secondary user capacities. 2009 IEEE 13th Digital Signal Processing Workshop and 5th IEEE Signal Processing Education Workshop, DSP/SPE 2009, Proceedings. 2009. pp. 212-217
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