Year 2020, Volume 12 , Issue 2, Pages 693 - 699 2020-06-30

Channel Optimization By Using Spectrum Sensing Techniques In Cognitive Radio Network

Rustem YİLMAZEL [1] , Nihat İNANÇ [2]


In recent years, the rapid development of wireless technologies has increased the need for frequency spectrum usage. To overcome this problem, Cognitive Radio (CR) has emerged as a new technique which enables the use of free ranges in the frequency spectrum. Cognitive radio networks (CRNs) are based on the principle of benefiting from the empty spectrum of secondary users (Sus) by using sensing techniques and analyzing frequency ranges. Although the frequency spectrum is used by various technologies, some frequency ranges are used inefficiently and inadequately. Fixed spectrum allocations cause unused frequency channels in the radio frequency spectrum. Spectrum detection, which is one of the features that cognitive radio applies to reduce the inefficiency of spectrum usage, scans all the primary users (PUs) in the spectrum area and the empty frequency bands. In this study, a method has been proposed to detect unused stationary frequency bands and to use these frequency bands effectively. This method, which is named as matched filter detection , was examined in AWGN channel and its results were evaluated in MATLAB.
Matched filter detection, cognitive radio, spectrum sensing
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Primary Language en
Subjects Engineering, Electrical and Electronic
Journal Section Articles
Authors

Orcid: 0000-0002-5564-4837
Author: Rustem YİLMAZEL (Primary Author)
Institution: KIRIKKALE UNIVERSITY, KIRIKKALE VOCATIONAL SCHOOL
Country: Turkey


Orcid: 0000-0003-2989-6632
Author: Nihat İNANÇ
Institution: KIRIKKALE ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Country: Turkey


Dates

Publication Date : June 30, 2020

APA Yi̇lmazel, R , İnanç, N . (2020). Channel Optimization By Using Spectrum Sensing Techniques In Cognitive Radio Network . International Journal of Engineering Research and Development , 12 (2) , 693-699 . DOI: 10.29137/umagd.726756