Wireless Cognitive Networks Technologies and Protocols

Abstract : Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio applied to Wireless Sensor Networks and Body Area Networks represent an intriguing and really recent paradigm, which represents an objective of study of several researchers. In order to make this technology effective, it is necessary to consider an analytical model of communication capacity, energy consumption and congestion, to effectively exploit the Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio in this type of systems. This chapter discusses on the analytical modeling to make this kind of technologies effective for wireless networks, by focusing on Cognitive Wireless Sensor Networks and Cognitive Wireless Body Area Networks. Moreover, we consider some routing approaches proposed for Cognitive Wireless Sensor Networks and Cognitive Wireless Body Area Networks, and evaluated by means of simulation. Finally, we address additional issues that this type of networks presents by comparing them with “traditional” routing protocols.
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Valeria Loscri, Arash Maskooki, Nathalie Mitton, Anna Maria Vegni. Wireless Cognitive Networks Technologies and Protocols. Modeling and Simulation of Computer Networks and Systems: Methodologies and Applications, 2015. ⟨hal-01145389⟩

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