A concept of potential future-gen radio spectrum administration seeking easy access spectrum paradigm figured on signal to interference noise ratio and interference thresholds
The obscurity of growing demand for the future generation (Future-Gen) spectrum is a concerned issue to resolve the perplexities and to seek for a more proficient manner in accessing the on hand radio spectrum bands and technologies. Frequency, space and time are the three dimensions of the radio spectrum where interference should not be happened if any one of these diverges between transmitters. Nowadays developing attention of the spectrum sharing technology and different strategies are being cultivated to permit more operators to exchange the spectrum in an opportunistic approach and simultaneously grow elevated to proficiency. The authors intentions aiming at this paper the entirely dispensation of the estimated radio spectrum resources among more interfering apparatuses that function in the similar space area are to make equal with the proposed paradigm from the idea of water filling. To alleviate the troublesome, using the application of the easy access spectrum (EAS) algorithm can easily be accomplished with the reciprocal intervention. Efficient use of the achieved spectrum and equal-smoothed allocation by redispensation in view of their particular QoS requisites are agile by this EAS paradigm. It is really allowed to identify the unused spectrum, which was primarily licensed, and to release it if is needed again.
Bangladesh J. Sci. Ind. Res. 50(4), 279-284, 2015
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