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BLIND SIGNAL DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OVER THE 2.4GHZ ISM BAND FOR COGNITIVE Omar Zakaria (University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA, ohashimz@mail.usf.edu)
 

Summary: BLIND SIGNAL DETECTION AND IDENTIFICATION OVER THE 2.4GHZ ISM BAND FOR COGNITIVE
RADIO
Omar Zakaria (University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA, ohashimz@mail.usf.edu)
Huseyin Arslan (University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, arslan@eng.usf.edu)
ABSTRACT
In this article, a novel spectrum awareness engine is
proposed that can be integrated in cognitive radios.
Since characterization of the interfering signal will help
with overcoming their effects, blind signal detection is
described in the proposed engine. The proposed engine
is intended for the ISM band. A study of the major ISM
band wireless standards is been performed, and the main
key identifying features of each standard is marked. A
feature detector for different wireless standards is
proposed. Finally a decision making process is proposed
to utilize all the detected features before making the
decision of the detected signal identity.
1. INTRODUCTION
There is growing interest towards providing broadband
communication with high bit rates and throughput,

  

Source: Arslan, Hüseyin - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida

 

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