2007 2nd IEEE International Symposium on New Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks 2007
DOI: 10.1109/dyspan.2007.88
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“…There are several comprehensive surveys on the technical aspects of DSA and CRNs (see Haykin (2005), Akyildiz et al (2006), Buddhikot (2007), Zhao & Sadler (2007) of DSA (see, e.g., Hossain et al (2009), Tonmukayakul & Weiss (2009). Market-driven secondary spectrum trading is a promising paradigm to address the incentive issue and achieve high spectrum efficiency in DSA.…”
Section: Secondary Spectrum Trading For Dsamentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…There are several comprehensive surveys on the technical aspects of DSA and CRNs (see Haykin (2005), Akyildiz et al (2006), Buddhikot (2007), Zhao & Sadler (2007) of DSA (see, e.g., Hossain et al (2009), Tonmukayakul & Weiss (2009). Market-driven secondary spectrum trading is a promising paradigm to address the incentive issue and achieve high spectrum efficiency in DSA.…”
Section: Secondary Spectrum Trading For Dsamentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Dynamic spectrum access (DSA) has been recently recognized as a novel and promising approach to increase spectrum utilization efficiency and alleviate spectrum scarcity. The key idea is to enable unlicensed secondary users (SUs) to exploit the under-utilized licensed spectrum in an opportunistic manner (see Haykin (2005), Akyildiz et al (2006), Buddhikot (2007), Zhao & Sadler (2007)). 1 The long-term success of DSA requires many innovations in technology, economics, and policy.…”
Section: Background and Motivationsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The Amending the Act to allow the ACMA to issue and vary class licences in spectrum spaces is a significant reform to the regulatory framework and one that holds out the promise of licensing arrangements that support the full range of spectrum management regimes available to the regulator [7], [9], [19], [20], and [21]. However, as demonstrated by the debate in the House of Representatives, there is some concern about how that ACMA will implement that regulatory framework when it comes to consider the potential for class licences to authorise devices in highly valued spectrum spaces.…”
Section: Regulatory Requirementsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The conclusions of such studies have served not only to convince regulatory bodies and policy makers on the necessity of new spectrum access policies but also to support them in taking actions to enhance the use of the currently underutilized spectral resources. As a result, new flexible spectrum use paradigms have gained popularity during the last years [15][16][17]. In particular, the Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) principle [18], relying on the Cognitive Radio (CR) paradigm [19,20], has recently emerged as a hopeful solution to conciliate the existing conflicts between spectrum demand growth and spectrum underutilization.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%