Data traffic-based analysis of delay and energy consumption in cognitive radio networks with and without resource reservation

TitreData traffic-based analysis of delay and energy consumption in cognitive radio networks with and without resource reservation
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2015
AuthorsElmachkour, Ma, Kobbane, Aac, Sabir, Eb, Ben-Othman, Jc, Koutbi, MaEl
JournalInternational Journal of Communication Systems
Volume28
Pagination1316-1328
Abstract

A new opportunistic cross-layer MAC protocol involving channel allocation and packet scheduling for cognitive radio networks is proposed. Cognitive radio allows secondary users (SUs) to exploit the available portions of the licensed spectrum bands without interfering with primary users. In particular, we consider a cognitive radio system, where SUs are equipped with two transceivers: a control transceiver and a software-defined radio transceiver. Data traffic characteristics of SUs are considered to ameliorate system performance. So, we propose a mechanism of resource reservation to improve QoS requirements that favors successful SUs to transmit data during x time slots without interfering with primary users. The key novelty of this paper is giving priority for SUs with important data traffic and which frequently solicits data channels to transmit for the remaining time of the ongoing time slot and for the next time slots directly after checking the channel availability. We develop a new analytical model to evaluate delay parameter for two scenarios with and without resource reservation and we then investigate the impact of those scenarios on the energy consumption. We show through simulations that cognitive radio performances increase noticeably with the proposed scheme. Copyright © 2014 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

URLhttps://www.scopus.com/inward/record.uri?eid=2-s2.0-84925355761&doi=10.1002%2fdac.2764&partnerID=40&md5=ecf737b718373c4b7731373c0afd1200
DOI10.1002/dac.2764
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