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Cooperative spectrum sensing based on matrix rank minimization

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Cooperative spectrum sensing based on matrix rank minimization
In cognitive radio (CR) networks, multi-CR cooperation typically takes place during spectrum sensing, to cope with wireless fading effects and the hidden terminal problem. The user cooperation gain not only offers channel diversity against fading, but also allows for reduced sampling costs per CR, which is particularly relevant when the monitored spectrum has very wide bandwidth. To attain a desired tradeoff between channel diversity and sampling costs, this paper develops a new cooperative spectrum sensing technique based on matrix rank minimization. In the absence of channel knowledge, CRs individually collect digital measurements from a region of the wide spectrum via selective filtering, with optional compressive sampling to further reduce sampling rates. The solutions representing all the measurements are modeled to possess a low rank property, with the rank order being the same as the size of the nonzero support of the monitored wide spectrum. Accordingly, a nuclear norm minimi...
Yue Wang, Zhi Tian, Chunyan Feng
Added 21 Aug 2011
Updated 21 Aug 2011
Type Journal
Year 2011
Where ICASSP
Authors Yue Wang, Zhi Tian, Chunyan Feng
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