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Joint On-Demand Routing and Spectrum Assignment in Cognitive Radio Networks

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Joint On-Demand Routing and Spectrum Assignment in Cognitive Radio Networks
— In Cognitive Radio Networks, nodes can work on different frequency bands. Existing routing proposals help nodes select frequency bands without considering the effect of band switching and intra-band backoff. In this paper, We propose a joint interaction between on-demand routing and spectrum scheduling. A node analytical model is proposed to describe the scheduling-based channel assignment progress, which relief the inter-flow interference and frequent switching delay. We also use an on-demand interaction to derive a cumulative delay based routing protocol. Simulation results show that, comparing to other approaches, our protocol provides better adaptability to the multiflow environment and derives paths with much lower cumulative delay.
Geng Cheng, Wei Liu, Yunzhao Li, Wenqing Cheng
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICC
Authors Geng Cheng, Wei Liu, Yunzhao Li, Wenqing Cheng
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