Considering switching overhead for transmit power allocation for GAA in spectrum access system
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- 2017 17th International Symposium on Communications and Information Technologies, ISCIT 2017, 2018, 2018-January pp. 1 - 5
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© 2017 IEEE. To enable spectrum sharing the Federal Communication Commission (FCC) has proposed the Spectrum Access System (SAS). In SAS General Authorised Access (GAA) can opportunistically access any part of the 3.5 GHz band. In SAS prior information regarding the time usage of spectrum is not provided by Priority Access Licensee (PAL) and when PAL operation starts the GAA needs to ensure they do not cause interference above a predetermined threshold. In this work we propose a method for GAA Citizen Broadband Radio Service Devices (CBSDs) to switch to different channel considering the probability of spectrum utilisation of GAA. Switching overhead is the time delay when switching the channel from one to another. In our work we proposed the method to calculate switching overhead and maximised average sum capacity of GAA CBSDs considering switching overhead and Root Mean Square (RMS) interference at PAL protection area. Simulations result shows that average sum capacity of GAA CBSDs can be maximised using the proposed method.
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