Detection of contour boundary for sublicensing in spectrum access systems
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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. Associated to database and a local centralized system, the short-term spectrum sublicensing is one of the potential approaches to improve the spectrum efficiency in the 5G networks. If the sublicences are assigned to the heterogeneous base stations that are from different operators, the interference issue becomes challenging to tackle. In this paper, we propose a solution of contour boundary detection for sublicensing to coordinate the interference among heterogeneous base stations in the space domain. As the direct access points to sever the end users, the base stations know and even could predict the traffic requirements over their coverage areas. Therefore, we enable individual base station as a sublicensee based on self-reported protection contour and optimize the best allocation for the system to guarantee the interference-free operations among those who spatially use the same sublicense simultaneously. Considering the selfish behaviours of base stations, we employ the sensor networks to monitor and measure their contours. Then we estimate the contour boundary by detecting the inner and outer contour boundary. Finally we compare the estimation accuracies of different sensor networks and demonstrate an interference-free allocation for the sublicensees.
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