2017 IEEE International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN) 2017
DOI: 10.1109/dyspan.2017.7920768 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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“…This paper extends this problem and considers the service requirements of GAA users as SAS does not guarantee GAA users for interference protection and providing required QoS. Static allocation of resources and the Max-Min fair technique were investigated in [14] to assign the available resources to GAA users. The authors consider the requirements proposed by FCC for the coexistence of different citizens' broadband radio service devices CBSDs for PAL and GAA users as well as to ensure spectral efficiency.…”
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“…This paper extends this problem and considers the service requirements of GAA users as SAS does not guarantee GAA users for interference protection and providing required QoS. Static allocation of resources and the Max-Min fair technique were investigated in [14] to assign the available resources to GAA users. The authors consider the requirements proposed by FCC for the coexistence of different citizens' broadband radio service devices CBSDs for PAL and GAA users as well as to ensure spectral efficiency.…”
Section: Related Workmentioning
“…Furthermore, it imposes a major challenge to design an efficient channel assignment technique for PAL users as SAS is also responsible to assign associated channels to geographically associated PAL users. At the same time, the challenge to fairly allocate the resources to PAL and GAA users in multi-SAS environment in a census tract while limiting the interference and satisfying the rules proposed by FCC is still open and needs to be explored [14].…”
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“…The expression for C (x k (t) , α L ) depends on the OSA strategy (overlay or interweave) and has been discussed in Section II-A. As our model is inspired by the CBRS band, we have to ensure that opportunistic spectrum allocation is fair [20]. One approach to ensure fair allocation and to avoid wastage of channel capacity is to use a maxmin fair algorithm, like the famous Waterfilling algorithm.…”
Section: Spectrum Allocation Modelmentioning
“…An example of coexisting secondary technologies is coexistence among GAA users of different technologies. This was briefly addressed in [73], [74], which are short poster papers that provide at most preliminary results. The authors in [73] proposed schemes for fair allocation of the channels among GAA users managed by a SAS, i.e.…”
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