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Cooperative Spectrum Sensing with Selection Diversity Reception in Cognitive Radio


Md. Farukuzzaman Khan1 and Mohammad Alamgir Hossain2*

 

1&2Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Islamic University (IU), Jhenidah-Kushtia, Bangladesh. 

*Correspondence: alamgir@cse.iu.ac.bd (Mohammad Alamgir Hossain, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, IU, Jhenidah-Kushtia, Bangladesh).

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ABSTRACT

Spectrum sensing is the key component of cognitive radio technology. But, detection is compromised when a user reports shadowing or fading consequences. In such instances, the customer cannot apprehend between an unexploited band and a profound fade. Hence, communal spectrum sensing is suggested to optimize sensing overall performance. We recognition performance of communal Spectrum Sensing with Selection Diversity Reception in Cognitive Radio. This study presents a simulation evaluation of choice diversity Reception based totally on the fusion rule. The fusion rule is finished at the fusion center (FC) to make the very last selection about the presence of PU. This leads that spectrum sensing is enthusiastically in the presence of Rayleigh. 


Keywords: Cognitive radio, Fusion rules, Cooperative spectrum sensing, Fading channels, and Energy detection.


Citation: Khan MF., and Hossain MA. (2021). Cooperative spectrum sensing with selection diversity reception in cognitive radio, Int. J. Mat. Math. Sci., 3(1), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.34104/ijmms.021.0107


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