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Computer Science - Communication Networks | Security-aware Cooperation in Cognitive Radio Networks

Security-aware Cooperation in Cognitive Radio Networks

Zhang, Ning, Mark, Jon W.

2014, IX, 75 p. 27 illus.

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This brief investigates spectrum efficient and energy efficient strategies, known as cognitive radio networks (CRNs), to ensure secure cooperation between licensed and unlicensed users. The authors address issues of spectrum scarcity, spectrum sensing, transmission performance, trust-aware cooperation, and secure communications. Two security-aware cooperation based spectrum access schemes are presented. The first is a trust-aware cooperative framework for CRNs to improve the throughput or energy efficiency of licensed users and offer transmission opportunities to unlicensed users, taking into consideration the trustworthiness of unlicensed users. The second scheme is a cooperative framework to enhance secure communications of licensed users. An introduction to CRNs and literature survey enhance the discussion while numerical results are provided to demonstrate the viability of the proposed schemes. The brief is designed for researchers and professionals working with cognitive radio networks or interested in cooperation based access. Advanced-level students studying computer communication networks and communications engineering will also find this brief useful.

Content Level » Graduate

Keywords » CRN - Cognitive radio networks - Cooperative networking - Dynamic spectrum access - Security - Stackelberg game

Related subjects » Communication Networks - Signals & Communication

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