Über den Autor
Dr. Arslan is currently editing a book on Ultrawideband Communications that will be published by Wiley. Professional Activities:
- Editorial board member: Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Journal
- Guest editor for the special issue of "Ultrawideband Communications" in WCMC Journal
- Technical program co-chair for: IEEE Wireless and Microwave Conference 2004/2005, UWB communications and networking workshop in conjunction with BroadNets'05
Symposium Chair for: Ultrawideband (UWB) Communications and Networking Symposium, WirelessCOM'05, IEEE VTC'03 conference: Adaptation of Wireless Systems and Related Parameters Estimation, EEE VTC'03 conference: Channel Estimation and Tracking for Wireless Communication Systems, IEEE VTC'03 conference: Interference Cancellation for Wireless Mobile Radio Systems
- Technical program committee member: IEEE WCNC 2003/2004, IEEE VTC'03, IEEE LCN'04/05, IEEE Globecom'05 conferences, Second International Workshop Networking with UWB (NEUWB2 2005), Workshop on Ultra Wide Band for Wireless Internet (UWB4WI 2005), International program committee member: IASTED Int. Conf. Commun. Systems and Applications
Preface. Chapter 1: Introducing Adaptive, Aware, and Cognitive Radios; Bruce Fette. Chapter 2: Cognitive Networks; Ryan W. Thomas, Daniel H. Friend, Luiz A. DaSilva, Allen B. MacKenzie. Chapter 3: Cognitive Radio Architecture; Joseph Mitola III. Chapter 4: Software Defined Radio Architectures for Cognitive radios; H. Arslan, H. celebi. Chapter 5: Value-Creation and Migration in Adaptive and Cognitive Radio Systems; Keith E. Nolan, Francis J. Mullany, Eamonn Ambrose, Linda E. Doyle. Chapter 6: Codes and Games for Dynamic Spectrum Access; Yiping Xing, Harikeshwar Kushwaha, K.P. Subbalakshmi, R. Chandramouli. Chapter 7: Efficiency and Coexistence Strategies for Cognitive Radio; Sai Shankar N. Chapter 8: Enabling Cognitive Radio Through Sensing, Awareness, and Measurements; H. Arslan, S. yarkan. Chapter 9: Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Radio Applications; H. Arslan, T. Yucek. Chapter 10: Location Information Management Systems for Cognitive Wireless Networks; H. Arslan, H. Celebi. Chapter 11: OFDM for Cognitive Radio: Merits and Challenges; H. Arslan, H. A. Mahmoud, T.Yucek. Chapter 12: UWB Cognitive Radio; H. Arslan, M.E. Sahin. Chapter 13: Applications of Cognitive radio; H. Arslan, S. Ahmed. Chapter 14: Cross-layer Adaptation and Optimization for Cognitive Radio; H. Arslan, S. Yarkan. Index.
Wireless services have come a long way since the roll out of the conventional voice-centric cellular systems. The demand for wireless access in voice and high rate data multi-media applications has been increasing. This title discusses the cognitive radio, software defined radio, and adaptive radio concepts from several perspectives.
Covers a topic which is extremely hot right now both in academia and research communities, and industries, due to the recent regulation progress made and further thoughts in the USA within the FCC and the SDR working group
The chapters represent a harmony
Covers issues related to physical layer and upper layers (MAC, networking, etc) as well as applications
Self-contained and serves both as a rapid introduction and a reference book that can be used by a varied audience as well as in classrooms