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Spectrum sharing schemes in integrated satellite-terrestrial network

Spectrum sharing schemes in integrated satellite-terrestrial network

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Nowadays, the demand of spectrum is rapidly increasing since the quality of communication has significantly been focused on by users. Therefore, as a research point of next generation network (NGN), integrated satellite-terrestrial network has been considered by institutions and universities. The most significant advantage of an integrated satellite-terrestrial network is taking full advantage of existing inadequate spectrum resources. In such network, the terrestrial system uses the same portions of frequency bands as an associated operational satellite system. This chapter intends to model and analyze several frequency sharing schemes in integrated satellite-terrestrial network with the analysis of unavoidable interference caused by frequency sharing and finally find the preferred solution.

Chapter Contents:

  • 60.1 Introduction
  • 60.2 System model
  • 60.2.1 Satellite system
  • 60.2.2 Terrestrial system
  • 60.3 Spectrum sharing schemes
  • 60.4 Simulation results and analysis
  • 60.5 Bandwidth estimation method based on protected area spectrum sharing scheme
  • 60.6 Conclusion
  • References

Inspec keywords: radio spectrum management; next generation networks; cognitive radio; satellite communication

Other keywords: terrestrial system; spectrum sharing schemes; associated operational satellite system; next generation network; research point; integrated satellite-terrestrial network

Subjects: Electromagnetic compatibility and interference; Satellite communication systems; Mobile radio systems; Modulation and coding methods

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