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Capacity Analysis of an Opportunistic Scheduling System in a Spectrum Sharing Environment

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Capacity Analysis of an Opportunistic Scheduling System in a Spectrum Sharing Environment
Abstract—We analyze the capacity of an opportunistic scheduling system in a spectrum sharing environment where multiple secondary users can share a frequency spectrum with multiple primary users as long as secondary users do not cause interference power exceeding a given threshold to the primary users. We consider three different power control schemes of secondary users: fixed transmit power, adaptive transmit power, and infinite transmit power schemes. Our numerical and simulation results show that the capacity of the adaptive transmit power scheme is similar to that of the fixed transmit power scheme in the low transmit power region, while the capacity of the adaptive transmit power scheme is close to that of the infinite transmit power scheme in the high transmit power region and is saturated beyond a certain point.
Tae Won Ban, Dan Keun Sung, Bang Chul Jung, Wan Ch
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where GLOBECOM
Authors Tae Won Ban, Dan Keun Sung, Bang Chul Jung, Wan Choi
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