Coordinated Multipoint Joint Transmission Algorithm with Cognitive Radio Network for Improvement in Advance Cellular Communication

Authors

  • Satyabrat Kumar M.Tech. Scholar Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Lakshmi Narain College of Technology Excellence Bhopal, India
  • Prof. Rajdeep Shrivastava Assistant Professor Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering Lakshmi Narain College of Technology Excellence, Bhopal, India

Keywords:

Cognitive Radio, Wireless, Communication.

Abstract

Cognitive radio (CR) has been proposed as an innovation to improve the range use effectiveness by giving a sharp access of the unused/underutilized range to unlicensed clients. Then, coordinated multipoint joint transmission (JT) is another promising method to improve the presentation of cognitive radio system. In this paper, we propose a CR framework with coordinated mul-tipoint JT strategy. A logical model is created for the got signal-to-commotion proportion at a CR to decide the vitality recognition limit and the base number of required examples for vitality location based range detecting in a CR organize (CRN) with CoMP JT procedure. The exhibition of vitality identification based range detecting under the created expository model is assessed by recreation and saw as dependable. It is figured an enhancement issue for a CRN with coordinated multipoint JT strategy to design the channel assignment and client planning for expanding the base throughput of the clients.

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Published

2020-06-15

How to Cite

Kumar, S., & Shrivastava, P. R. . (2020). Coordinated Multipoint Joint Transmission Algorithm with Cognitive Radio Network for Improvement in Advance Cellular Communication. IJOSTHE, 7(3), 12-16. Retrieved from https://ijosthe.com/index.php/ojssports/article/view/126