G. Haddad and D. Turgut

DSASim: A simulation framework for dynamic spectrum allocation


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G. Haddad and D. Turgut. DSASim: A simulation framework for dynamic spectrum allocation. In Proceedings of IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking Conference (WCNC), pp. 2899–2903, March 2007.

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Abstract:

The current methodology for distributing the frequency spectrum among users is in need of revamping. This is necessary in order to increase the number of users able to access the communication channels; to better manage usage in metropolitan areas, where the usage of wireless communication is still rapidly increasing; and to ensure adequate frequency allocation for users during peak usage times. Several methods and paradigms have been suggested as replacements for the current scheme of distributing spectrum among users. This paper proposes a simulation framework to simulate a broker-based system to implement a dynamic spectrum allocation environment. The broker operates based upon pre-defined spatial and temporal requirements in a manner where operational parameters are set up or collected dynamically. The broker system responds to the radio devices, allocating the suitable amount of frequency spectrum required for a particular application. The results of the simulations show a promising and efficient utilization of frequency spectrum resources.

BibTeX:

@inproceedings{Haddad-2007-WCNC,
    author = "G. Haddad and D. Turgut",
    title = "DSASim: A simulation framework for dynamic spectrum allocation",
    booktitle ="Proceedings of IEEE Wireless Communications and Networking 
    Conference (WCNC)",
    pages = "2899-2903",
    month = "March",
    year = "2007",
    abstract = {
    },    
    abstract = {
      The current methodology for distributing the frequency spectrum among
      users is in need of revamping. This is necessary in order to increase the
      number of users able to access the communication channels; to better
      manage usage in metropolitan areas, where the usage of wireless
      communication is still rapidly increasing; and to ensure adequate
      frequency allocation for users during peak usage times. Several methods
      and paradigms have been suggested as replacements for the current scheme
      of distributing spectrum among users. This paper proposes a simulation
      framework to simulate a broker-based system to implement a dynamic
      spectrum allocation environment. The broker operates based upon
      pre-defined spatial and temporal requirements in a manner where
      operational parameters are set up or collected dynamically. The broker
      system responds to the radio devices, allocating the suitable amount of
      frequency spectrum required for a particular application. The results of
      the simulations show a promising and efficient utilization of frequency
      spectrum resources.
   },
}

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