The company has developed innovative cognitive radio
technologies for challenging wireless applications in a broad range of the frequency bands.
networks (CRNs) have emerged as a promising technology to mitigate the increasing spectrum-scarcity problem.
Where spectrum is used on an exclusive basis, parties could negotiate ways to access frequencies any time a cognitive radio
technology (deployed, for instance, in the radio systems of the lessee) senses white spaces available for transmissions.
studies will continue but, in the near term, it will be advances in waveform development and, most significantly, portability, which will give tomorrow's radios the voice they will deserve.
is believed by editors Zhang (Simula Research Laboratory, Norway), Zheng (Southeast U.
WISE studies efficient use of TV-band spectrum resources through cognitive radio
technologies and geolocation databases.
systems obtain knowledge and then adjust their operational behavior based on that information.
for flexible mobile multimedia communicationsed, in Acoustics, Speech and Signal Processing (ICASSP07).
This is followed by several chapters that provide in-depth coverage of next-generation wireless standards, ad hoc and mesh network protocols, opportunistic delivery and delay tolerant networks, sensor network architectures and protocols, cognitive radio
networks, vehicular networks, security and privacy, and experimental systems for future Internet research.
Key industry players, regulators, operators, manufacturers and research institutions gathered in Geneva at an ITU Workshop on White Spaces and Cognitive Radio
technology applications for wireless and mobile ad hoc networks.
Chandramouli has proposed three topics on cognitive radio
networks and one on social networks.