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Medium Access Probability of Cognitive Radio Network Under ECC-33/Hata-Okumura Extended Model Using Different Fading Channels at 1900MHz and 2100MHz

Journal: International Journal of Computational Engineering Research(IJCER) (Vol.6, No. 7)

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Page : 01-06

Keywords : path loss model; fadingchannel; medium access probability; spectrum sensing; spatial false alarm.; conventional false alarm; PMA;

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Cognitive radio detects the presence or absence of Primary User (PU) in its sensing region to provide the free radio spectrum to its Secondary user (SU). It is widely accepted a SU is only allowed to access a network of PU when no PU of that network is accessing the network at that moment. Sometimes SU misjudges the presence of PU inside the sensing region though the PU is in transmitting mode outside the sensing region which is termed as spatial false alarm. The incorporation of spatial false alarm makes the task more difficult. Previous literature performs this task using Lee’s path loss model .In our paper we have considered ECC-33/ Hata-Okumura Extended Model for two frequencies 1900MHz and 2100MHz as its frequency range is up to 3.5 GHz and compare the performance using different fading channels such as Rayleigh, Nakagami-m, Normal or Gaussian, Weibull, MRC Rayleigh and Selection Combining Rayleigh.

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