On Transform Domain Communication Systems under Spectrum Sensing Mismatch: A Deterministic Analysis
AbstractTowards the era of mobile Internet and the Internet of Things (IoT), numerous sensors and devices are being introduced and interconnected. To support such an amount of data traffic, traditional wireless communication technologies are facing challenges both in terms of the increasing shortage of spectrum resources and massive multiple access. The transform-domain communication system (TDCS) is considered as an alternative multiple access system, where 5G and mobile IoT are mainly focused. However, previous studies about TDCS are under the assumption that the transceiver has the global spectrum information, without the consideration of spectrum sensing mismatch (SSM). In this paper, we present the deterministic analysis of TDCS systems under arbitrary given spectrum sensing scenarios, especially the influence of the SSM pattern to the signal to noise ratio (SNR) performance. Simulation results show that arbitrary SSM pattern can lead to inferior bit error rate (BER) performance. View Full-Text
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Jin, C.; Hu, S.; Huang, Y.; Luo, Q.; Huang, D.; Li, Y.; Gao, Y.; Cheng, S. On Transform Domain Communication Systems under Spectrum Sensing Mismatch: A Deterministic Analysis. Sensors 2017, 17, 1594.
Jin C, Hu S, Huang Y, Luo Q, Huang D, Li Y, Gao Y, Cheng S. On Transform Domain Communication Systems under Spectrum Sensing Mismatch: A Deterministic Analysis. Sensors. 2017; 17(7):1594.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jin, Chuanxue; Hu, Su; Huang, Yixuan; Luo, Qu; Huang, Dan; Li, Yi; Gao, Yuan; Cheng, Shaochi. 2017. "On Transform Domain Communication Systems under Spectrum Sensing Mismatch: A Deterministic Analysis." Sensors 17, no. 7: 1594.
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