20 April 2017 Dynamic spectrum management as an anti-interference method
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Proceedings Volume 10418, XI Conference on Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare Systems; 1041806 (2017) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2269294
Event: Conference on Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare Systems, 2016, Oltarzew, Poland
Abstract
The rapid development of systems which use wireless technologies causes the escalation of the spectrum shortage problem. That is why the concept of coordinated dynamic spectrum management has appeared. It improves efficiency of the spectrum use and makes radio communication systems more resistant to interferences. The main element of the proposed solution is a frequency broker which provides frequency assignment plans for radio networks. Direct communication between the frequency broker and radio networks enables fast change of radio data. This paper presents an anti-interference method based on dynamic spectrum management, which is an implementation and extension of IST- 104/RTG-050 research task group “Cognitive Radio in NATO II” recommendations. The solution presented by the authors was tested in emulated and real environment. The designed algorithm of frequency assignment can effectively prevent interferences (including jamming) thanks to the implementation of monitoring mechanisms capable of obtaining information about the current state of radio channels from radio networks. Directions for further development of frequency planning algorithm based on belief distorted Nash equilibria for deterministic or stochastic beliefs were proposed.
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M. Suchanski, M. Suchanski, R. Matyszkiel, R. Matyszkiel, P. Kaniewski, P. Kaniewski, M. Kustra, M. Kustra, P. Gajewski, P. Gajewski, J. Łopatka, J. Łopatka, } "Dynamic spectrum management as an anti-interference method", Proc. SPIE 10418, XI Conference on Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare Systems, 1041806 (20 April 2017); doi: 10.1117/12.2269294; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2269294
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