It uses the CPEs to perform a distributed measurement of the signal levels of possible television or other signals on the various channels at their individual locations.
To enable the data to be suitably structured, the transmission is formatted into frames and superframes. To attain this the overall system capacity must be 18 Mpbs in the downlink direction.
The MAC layer will consist of two structures: For example in the USA, not all the TV channels are used as it is necessary to allow guard bands between active high power transmitters to prevent mutual interference.
Often it is possible to use adjacent channels because in many countries the regulatory Ieee 802 22 and frequency planners allow two or more empty channels between stations transmitting high power signals as this prevents interference on the TV signals.
Fixed devices also communicate with the central database to identify other transmitters in the area operating in TVWS. Also discussions were required with broadcasters whose spectrum was being shared as they were fearful of interference and reduced revenues from advertising as a result.
In the first instance the initialisation and network entry needs to accommodate the elements of the spectrum usage flexibility. Normally these signals would be expected to interfere with each other, but by making the signals orthogonal to each other there is no mutual interference.
A superframe will be formed by many frames. Two different types of spectrum measurement will be done by the CPE: Also not all stations are active all of the time.
The speed and distance achieved is not enough to fulfill the requirements of the standard.
These sensing mechanisms are primarily used to identify if there is an incumbent transmitting, and if there is a need to avoid interfering with it. Such periodic interruption of data transmission could impair the QoS of cognitive radio systems. Specific TV channels as well as the guard bands of Ieee 802 22 channels are planned to be used for communication in IEEE It even ahs to adapt to changes in radio propagation that may occur from time to time.
When a CPE is turned on, it will sense the spectrum, find out which channels are available and will receive all the needed information to attach to the BS.
This is that the CPEs will be sensing the spectrum and will be sending periodic reports to the BS informing it about what they sense. Other proposals would allow local spectrum sensing only, where the BS would decide by itself which channels are available for communication.
Once it has acquired the correct network it can then proceed to connect to the network. It will detect those channels free of television transmissions.
This is built in to the basic specification of the system. An approach to the PHY layer[ edit ] The PHY layer must be able to adapt to different conditions and also needs to be flexible for jumping from channel to channel without errors in transmission or losing clients CPEs. In this way This issue is addressed by an alternative operation mode proposed in IEEE These measurements are collected and collated and the base station decides whether any actions are to be taken.
The boundary between these two subframes is variable and can be adapted to accommodate changes on the levels of upstream and downstream capacity required.
By using this the radios can sense their environment and adapt accordingly. Specifically each base station BS would be armed with a GPS receiver which would allow its position to be reported. Fast sensing will consist in sensing at speeds of under 1ms per channel.
Fixed devices would have geolocation capability with an embedded GPS device. Secondly the use of TDD enables dynamic change of the upstream and downstream capacity. As a result the cognitive radio and cognitive network technology has been incorporated to ensure this requirement is met.
The system is Ieee 802 22 to be a point to multipoint system, i.•IEEE provides Broadband Wireless Access to Regional, Rural and Remote Areas Under Line of Sight (LoS) and Non Line of Sight Cognitive Radio based M2M and Smart Utility Networks Page 22 EEE IEEE User Cases •TVDB = (TV Database) •LC- CPE = Low.
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Request PDF on ResearchGate | IEEE The First Cognitive Radio Wireless Regional Area Network Standard | This article presents a high-level overview of the IEEE standard for cognitive. doc.: IEEE /r03 Submission IEEE –Frame Structure • supports Time Division Duplex (TDD) frame structure •Super-frame: ms, Frame: 10 ms •Each frame consists of downlink (DL) sub-frame, uplink (UL) sub-frame, and the Co-existence Beacon Protocol (CBP) burst •Lengths of DL and UL sub-frames can be.
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