Cognitive Radio Networks: State of Research Domain in Next-Generation Wireless Networks—An Analytical Analysis

  • M. Anusha
  • Srikanth Vemuru
Conference paper
Part of the Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems book series (LNNS, volume 9)


Cognitive radios (CRs) are the nearly novel innovation in which issues such as under-utilization of spectrum and shortage of spectrum is comprehended in light of the progressive thoughts. Intellectual radio permits gathering of clients to recognize and entrance for accessible spectrum assets for utilizing ideally. Late learning demonstrates that the vast majority of the selected spectrum was under-utilized. Then again, the expanding number of remote sight and sound applications prompts a spectrum shortage. CRs are proposed as a capable innovation for tackling the awkwardness among spectrum shortage and spectrum under-utilization. In CRs, spectrum detecting was completed by keeping that in mind at the end of the goal to find the idle spectrum sections. This manuscript demonstrates that quality & capacities of CRs procedures and makes that all the extra intense more than the other focused radio. Anxiety is specified on appliance zones, where CR procedures are executed and demonstrated away to have high ground than the accessible intellect and adjusting radios.


Cognitive radio Wireless networks SDR MAC Intelligence Spectrum 


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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Anusha
    • 1
  • Srikanth Vemuru
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Computer Science and EngineeringK L UniversityVaddeswaramIndia

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