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Simultaneous Schedule-Based Transmission by Primary and Secondary Users for Heavy-Traffic Cognitive Radio Networks
We develop cognitive radio networking strategies for a heavy-traffic model in that the channel is often occupied by primary users. This contrasts with the interference-avoidance approach for the non-heavy-traffic model, in which primary users have idle times, and secondary users are allowed to use the channel at those idle times. We use an “underlay” approach to cognitive radio networking by permitting secondary users to share the channel with simultaneously transmitting primary users. So, secondary users will degrade the performance of primary users, and our goal is to make sure that the amount of performance degradation is acceptable. This is accomplished by scheduling and coordinating the transmissions among users, plus providing a safeguard for controlling the level of additional interference caused by transmissions from secondary users. We tend to show that our ways can offer additional throughput for secondary users, whereas maintaining the performance of primary users at the required level.
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