Spectrum Sharing Based on a Bertrand Game in Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks
AbstractIn the study of power control and allocation based on pricing, the utility of secondary users is usually studied from the perspective of the signal to noise ratio. The study of secondary user utility from the perspective of communication demand can not only promote the secondary users to meet the maximum communication needs, but also to maximize the utilization of spectrum resources, however, research in this area is lacking, so from the viewpoint of meeting the demand of network communication, this paper designs a two stage model to solve spectrum leasing and allocation problem in cognitive radio sensor networks (CRSNs). In the first stage, the secondary base station collects the secondary network communication requirements, and rents spectrum resources from several primary base stations using the Bertrand game to model the transaction behavior of the primary base station and secondary base station. The second stage, the subcarriers and power allocation problem of secondary base stations is defined as a nonlinear programming problem to be solved based on Nash bargaining. The simulation results show that the proposed model can satisfy the communication requirements of each user in a fair and efficient way compared to other spectrum sharing schemes. View Full-Text
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Zeng, B.; Zhang, C.; Hu, P.; Wang, S. Spectrum Sharing Based on a Bertrand Game in Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks. Sensors 2017, 17, 101.
Zeng B, Zhang C, Hu P, Wang S. Spectrum Sharing Based on a Bertrand Game in Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks. Sensors. 2017; 17(1):101.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zeng, Biqing; Zhang, Chi; Hu, Pianpian; Wang, Shengyu. 2017. "Spectrum Sharing Based on a Bertrand Game in Cognitive Radio Sensor Networks." Sensors 17, no. 1: 101.
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