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Market Driven Dynamic Spectrum Allocation over Space and Time among Radio-Access Networks: DVB-T and B3G CDMA with Heterogeneous

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Market Driven Dynamic Spectrum Allocation over Space and Time among Radio-Access Networks: DVB-T and B3G CDMA with Heterogeneous
The radio frequency spectrum is a naturally limited resource of extraordinary value, as the key to the provision of important communication and information services. Traditionally, spectrum has been allocated first to specific access technologies, and then sub-allocated to specific access networks, on very long term basis (up to decades). The traditional scheme can be very inefficient when demand patterns ("loads") exhibit high temporal and spatial variations. Dynamic spectrum allocation (DSA) improves radio spectrum efficiency by adjusting the allocation as demand changes in time and/or space. In previous work, we introduced a DSA scheme in which a spectrum manager periodically auctions short-term spectrum licenses. The scheme can be supported by a realistic "pooling" business model, and can work with many radio-access technologies. But our previous analysis only considers a code-division multiple access (CDMA) technology; and DSA provides the greatest benefits wit...
Virgilio Rodriguez, Klaus Moessner, Rahim Tafazoll
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Type Journal
Year 2006
Where MONET
Authors Virgilio Rodriguez, Klaus Moessner, Rahim Tafazolli
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