A SURVEY ON OPTIMIZATION OF TRANSMIT POWER IN COGNITIVE RADIO NETWORKS THROUGH NATURE INSPIRED COMPUTATIONAL INTELLIGENCE TECHNIQUES

Abstract
Cognitive radio (CR) is a field which is gaining a lot of interest of researchers in around the whole world. It is also termed as nextgen technology as it aims to solve the problem of unutilized electromagnetic spectrum assigned to licensed users. With increasing wireless devices there is a demand of more spectrum resources and cognitive radio can help in making available the unused or underused spectrum for real time communication. When number of cognitive users communicate together at the same time there exists the problem of interference due to transmit power of all the devices to the licensed users. So there is a need of controlling power of transmission for cognitive users so that they may not interfere with Primary licensed users and maintain QoS with other cognitive users. The power control of a large number of devices together can be done by the application of computational intelligence techniques. In this paper three nature inspired computational intelligence techniques like GA, PSO and ABC for optimization of transmit power in cognitive radio networks are discussed.

Authors
Paurav Goel1, Avtar Singh2, Ashok Goel3
I.K Gujral Punjab Technical University, India1,2, Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University, India3

Keywords
Cognitive Radio, Secondary User, Primary User, Efficient Utilization of Spectrum, Power Allocation Strategy, Dynamic Spectrum Access
Published By :
ICTACT
Published In :
ICTACT Journal on Communication Technology
( Volume: 12 , Issue: 1 )
Date of Publication :
March 2021

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