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Traffic-aware dynamic spectrum access

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Traffic-aware dynamic spectrum access
Demand-driven spectrum allocation can drastically improve performance for WiFi access points struggling under increasing user demands. While their frequency agility makes cognitive radios ideal for this challenge, performing adaptive spectrum allocation is a complex and difficult process. In this work, we propose FLEX, an efficient spectrum allocation architecture that efficiently adapts to dynamic traffic demands. FLEX tunes network-wide spectrum allocation by access points coordinating with peers, minimizing network resets through local adaptations. Through detailed analysis and experimental evaluation, we show that FLEX converges quickly, provides users with proportional-fair spectrum usage and significantly outperforms existing spectrum allocation proposals.
Lei Yang, Lili Cao, Heather Zheng, Elizabeth M. Be
Added 30 Oct 2010
Updated 30 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2008
Where WICON
Authors Lei Yang, Lili Cao, Heather Zheng, Elizabeth M. Belding
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