A Non-Cooperative Power Control Game for Secondary Spectrum Sharing

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A Non-Cooperative Power Control Game for Secondary Spectrum Sharing
—Limited spectrum resources, inefficient spectrum usage and increasing wireless communication necessitates a paradigm shift from the current fixed spectrum management policy to a more flexible one. With the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) spectrum policy reform, secondary spectrum sharing has become a viable and promising option. In this paper, we study power control for spectrum sharing among secondary users with interference temperature limit (ITL) constraints at measurement points. Each secondary user will adjust its own transmission power to make sure the overall interference at the measurement points does not exceed the required ITL. Under the assumption that each secondary user is selfish and rational while there is only limited coordination between primary users and secondary users, we study the distributed power control scheme for secondary users. In our proposed system model, secondary users generating the highest interference at a measurement point will back...
Juncheng Jia, Qian Zhang
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Type Conference
Year 2007
Where ICC
Authors Juncheng Jia, Qian Zhang
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