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Radio Engineering: From Software Radio to Cognitive Radio by Jacques Palicot

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Table of Contents

 

 

 

Foreword

 

Acknowledgments

 

Introduction

 

PART 1. COGNITIVE RADIO

 

Chapter 1. Introduction to Cognitive Radio

1.1. Joseph Mitola's cognitive radio

1.2. Positioning

1.3. Spectrum management

1.4. A broader vision of CR

1.5. Difficulties of the cognitive cycle

 

Chapter 2. Cognitive Terminals Toward Cognitive Networks

2.1. Introduction

2.2. Intelligent terminal

2.3. Intelligent networks

2.4. Toward a compromise

2.5. Conclusion

 

Chapter 3. Cognitive Radio Sensors

3.1. Lower layer sensors

3.2. Intermediate layer sensors

3.3. Higher layer sensors

3.4. Conclusion

 

Chapter 4. Decision Making and Learning

4.1. Introduction

4.2. CR equipment: decision and/or learning

4.3. Decision design space

4.4. Decision making and learning from the equipment's perspective

4.5. Decision making and learning from network perspective: game theory

4.6. Brief state of the art: classification of methods for dynamic configuration adaptation

4.7. Conclusion

 

Chapter 5. Cognitive Cycle Management

5.1. Introduction

5.2. Cognitive radio equipment

5.3. High-level design approach

5.4. HDCRAM's interfaces (APIs)

5.5. Conclusion

 

PART 2. SOFTWARE RADIO AS SUPPORT TECHNOLOGY

 

Chapter 6. Introduction to Software Radio

6.1. Introduction

6.2. Generalities

6.3. Major organizations of software radio

6.4. Hardware architectures

6.5. Conclusion

 

Chapter 7. Transmitter/Receiver Analog Front End

7.1. Introduction

7.2. Antennas

7.3. Nonlinear amplification

7.4. Converters

7.5. Conclusion

 

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