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An Effective MAC Protocol for Multi-radio Multi-channel Environment of Cognitive Radio Wireless Mesh Network (CRWMN)

  • M. AnushaEmail author
  • Srikanth Vemuru
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 1045)

Abstract

CRWMN is an emerging method which makes efficient utilization of spectrum by allocating opportunistically, within the Industrial-Scientific-Medical (ISM) bands or licensed bands. Enthusiasm for the improvement of cognitive radio wireless mesh network is a result of utilizing under-usage of spectrum by the licensed users, by permitting unlicensed user to utilize. The main aim of CR in WMN is to encourage the unlicensed users for utilizing the licensed spectrum without affecting the licensed user’s communication. In this paper, a MAC protocol was developed for allocating spectrum opportunistically. Additionally, an in-depth experimental analysis was performed on the proposed MAC to validate the efficiency of the proposed protocol. As a result, we allocate spectrum opportunistically by focusing on reducing access delay, interference, and hidden terminal problems and also it enhanced the throughput.

Keywords

Cognitive radio WMN MRMC 

Notes

Acknowledgements

Acknowledgements One of the authors Anusha M is very much thankful to Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India, New Delhi, for awarding her with a Women Scientist’s scheme under DST–WOS (A) File No. SR/WOS-A/ET- 1071/2015 Programme.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Computer Science & EngineeringKLEFVaddeswaram, Guntur dtIndia

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