Adaptive quantization for spectrum exchange information in mobile cognitive radio networks

Arief Marwanto, Sharifah Kamilah Syed Yusof, Muhammad Haikal Satria

Abstract


To reduce the detection failure of the exchanging signal power onto the OFDM subcarrier signal at uniform quantization, dynamic subcarrier mapping is applied. Moreover, to addressing low SNR’s wall-less than pre-determine threshold, non-uniform quantization or adaptive quantization for the signal quantization size parameter is proposed. μ-law is adopted for adaptive quantization subcarrier mapping which is deployed in mobility environment, such as Doppler Effect and Rayleigh Fading propagation. In this works, sensing node received signal power then sampled into a different polarity positive and negative in μ-law quantization and divided into several segmentation levels. Each segmentation levels are divided into several sub-segment has representing one tone signal subcarrier number OFDM which has the number of quantization level and the width power. The results show that by using both methods, a significant difference is obtained around 8 dB compared to those not using the adaptive method.

Keywords


Adaptive quantization; Cognitive radio; Dynamic subcarrier mapping; Mu-law; Spectrum exchange information

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DOI: http://doi.org/10.11591/ijece.v10i4.pp%25p
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