Co-existence and cooperation in dynamic shared spectrum networks

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Das, Dibakar
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2016-05
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Electrical and computer engineering
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First, we study cooperative scheduling in a network with a single macro primary base station and multiple small secondary base stations in which the secondary base station can relay primary users packets. Under this cooperative scheme, we investigate whether, and under what conditions, the primary and secondary networks can be stabilized without explicit knowledge of the packet arrival rates. In particular, we consider a deterministic primary packet generation process but random secondary packet generation process. This packet generation process models a real-time Constant Bit Rate (CBR) voice or video source.
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May 2016
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Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, NY
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