Spectrum sensing exploiting the maximum value of power spectrum density in wireless sensor network
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Spectrum sensing plays a foundational role in cognitive radio sensor networks. However, only the methods with low computational complexity can be utilized due to energy restriction of sensor node. To this end, a novel frequency-domain spectrum sensing method is presented to satisfy corresponding requirements of cognitive radio sensor networks. Only the maximum value of power spectrum density is utilized as test statistic to reduce the computational complexity. According to the dependence of 2L real parts and imaginary parts of the maximum value of power spectrum density, we model the maximum value of power spectrum density as the central Chi-square distribution for the \(H_0\) case and non-central Chi-square distribution for the \(H_1\) case. Exploiting resulting distributions, we derive the analytic expressions for the detection probability and the false-alarm probability. Additionally, the computational complexity of the proposed method is quantitatively analyzed. Finally, we certify the proposed test statistic and the probability distribution of the maximum value of power spectrum density and evaluate the impact of some parameters on the detection performance experimentally. The theoretical analysis and simulation results demonstrate that the proposed algorithm can offer high performance gains over the existing time-domain detection method.
KeywordsCognitive radio sensor network Frequency-domain spectrum sensing The maximum value of power spectrum density Welch method
This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) (61671176). We would like to thank Linxiao Su for his suggestion, discussion and simulation code.
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