Energy efficiency analysis of secondary networks in cognitive radio systems
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In this paper, we evaluate a novel contention-aware channel selection algorithm that focuses on energy efficiency improvement of a secondary network (SN) in a scenario where other non-cooperating SNs are also using the primary resources. We present a detailed energy efficiency analysis and we study how the time between two consecutive sensing periods affects the energy efficiency. Our analysis proves that a categorization of the idle channels based on their contention level and the selection of the less contended ones can result in up to 70% gain in energy efficiency. The model is further evaluated through simulations.
CitacióMesodiakaki, A. [et al.]. Energy efficiency analysis of secondary networks in cognitive radio systems. A: IEEE International Conference on Communications. "2013 IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC)". Budapest: 2013, p. 4115-4116.