The problem of coexistence between the primary
(licensed) and secondary (non-licensed) users can be solved
in various ways. One of them assumes the application of the
detailed Radio Environment Maps being a kind of database,
where some crucial information about the licensed
transmission can be stored. In this paper we propose the
new methods for signal detection in low signal-to-noise
regime and compare it through hardware experiment with
other known techniques used for spectrum sensing.
CitationKryszkiewicz, P. [et al.]. DVB-T signal detection for indoor environments in low-SNR regime. "Telecommunication Review and Telecommunication News", 01 Setembre 2014, p. 1-6.
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