|1."Principles of cognitive Radio" by Prof H Vincent Poor|
“Principles of cognitive Radio” Book Review: This book covers the fundamental principles of information theory, network theory, propagation, optimization, and signal processing. It provides a comprehensive treatment of the core physical and networking principles of cognitive radio and explores key design considerations for developing new cognitive radio systems. It also includes all the underlying principles necessary for developing practical applications in cognitive radio. This book is a valuable resource for students, researchers, and practitioners in the fields of wireless communications and signal processing.
|2."Cognitive Radio and Networking for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: Recent Advances and Visions for the Future (Signals and Communication Technology)" by Jocelyn Fiorina and Andrea F Cattoni|
“Cognitive Radio and Networking for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: Recent Advances and Visions for the Future (Signals and Communication Technology)” Book Review: This book provides a concise overview of cutting-edge topics in Cognitive Radios and Networks, and presents innovative ideas for the future. It includes case studies on developing new filter bank-based air interfaces for spectrum sharing, designing medium access control protocols, building cloud-based radio access networks, advancing cognitive TCP/IP, and exploring regulations for a spectrum sharing market. The book also offers a practical tutorial for hands-on learning. By focusing on recent advances and future directions, it is a valuable resource for researchers seeking to understand the latest issues and solutions in Cognitive Radios and Networks.
|3."Efficient Surveillance System Based on Cognitive Radio" by Zulfiqar Babar and Ahmed Anil|
“Efficient Surveillance System Based on Cognitive Radio” Book Review: This book discusses the limitations of traditional surveillance systems based on fixed Radio Access Technology (RAT) and suggests a cognitive radio based solution. It proposes a novel algorithm that incorporates cognitive capabilities into the existing system, enabling more efficient use of available resources and improving the overall performance of the system. By providing an alternative approach to surveillance, this book offers a fresh perspective for researchers and practitioners in the field of wireless communications and signal processing.
|4."Cognitive Radio Networks: Medium Access Control for Coexistence of Wireless Systems" by Jung-Min Park and Kaigui Bian|
“Cognitive Radio Networks: Medium Access Control for Coexistence of Wireless Systems” Book Review: This book provides a comprehensive overview of medium access control (MAC) principles in cognitive radio networks, with a specific emphasis on their ability to facilitate spectrum sharing and coexistence of multiple wireless systems within the same frequency band. It presents cutting-edge insights into how cognitive radio systems can effectively share and manage spectrum resources, covering topics such as cognitive radio rendezvous, spectrum sharing, channel allocation, and coexistence in TV white space and heterogeneous wireless systems. This book is a valuable resource for researchers, students, and practitioners seeking to enhance their understanding of MAC principles in cognitive radio networks.
|5."Anti-Jamming Transmissions in Cognitive Radio Networks (SpringerBriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering)" by Liang Xiao|
“Anti-Jamming Transmissions in Cognitive Radio Networks (SpringerBriefs in Electrical and Computer Engineering)” Book Review: This book provides insight into transmission strategies utilizing uncoordinated spread spectrum to counteract smart jammers in CRNs. Additionally, it applies game theory to explore interactions between secondary users and jammers and presents game-theoretic solutions to minimize jamming incentives in CRNs. Subsequent chapters analyze the Nash equilibrium and Stackelberg equilibrium of the jamming games across different network scenarios. This book caters to professionals and researchers involved in networks, wireless communications, and information technology, as well as advanced-level students studying electrical engineering and computer science.
|6."Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design for Cognitive Radio Systems" by Amr Fahim|
“Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design for Cognitive Radio Systems” Book Review: The main focus of this book is to bridge the information gap in cognitive radios and provide a practical guide to implementing these systems. It addresses implementation issues at both the architecture and circuit levels, and describes the necessary circuits and architectures for building cognitive radio systems. The book emphasizes the requirements and constraints imposed by cognitive radio systems when discussing circuit implementation details. It is a useful resource for professionals with a background in analog and radio frequency (RF) integrated circuit design who are looking to learn more about the requirements and implementation of integrated circuits for cognitive radio systems.
|7."Modeling and Analysis of Voice and Data in Cognitive Radio Networks (SpringerBriefs in Computer Science)" by Subodha Gunawardena and Weihua Zhuang|
“Modeling and Analysis of Voice and Data in Cognitive Radio Networks (SpringerBriefs in Computer Science)” Book Review: This book gives information about how to coordinate and control calls in Cognitive Radio Networks (CRNs) that are not fully connected. It also covers topics like supporting voice traffic with different delays, how long it takes for elastic data traffic to respond over a centralized CRN, and how traffic load and file length affect response time at the base station. It’s helpful for professionals, researchers, and advanced students who want to improve wireless communication efficiency.
|8."Spectrum Management in Cognitive Radio Networks" by Mussaab Ibrahim Mohammed Ibrahim and Lufungula Kalemba Mosa Dadhy|
“Spectrum Management in Cognitive Radio Networks” Book Review: This book presents the primary techniques of spectrum allocation and their implementation through MATLAB code simulations, with full code details provided. Additionally, it provides proof of the FCC’s findings that 70% of the spectrum is unused by primary users. To maximize spectrum utilization, a management technique is developed that can increase its utilization. This book is useful for professionals, researchers, and advanced-level students interested in spectrum allocation and management, as well as those working in wireless communication and signal processing.
|9."Inter Vehicle Communication System Using Cognitive Radio" by Faisal Riaz and Syed Ismail Shah|
“Inter Vehicle Communication System Using Cognitive Radio” Book Review: This book presents a new approach to Inter vehicle communication systems that uses cognitive radio technology. Unlike existing systems based on fixed Radio Access technology, this approach overcomes signal loss and load balancing problems, particularly in urban and hilly areas. The book describes the implementation of a cognitive radio site in a vehicle, which enables the vehicles to become smarter by incorporating Multi-RAT scanning, white space sensing, white space optimization, bandwidth shifting, and bandwidth management. This book is useful for professionals and researchers interested in wireless communication, cognitive radio, and intelligent transportation systems.
|10."Priority Queuing Based Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Network" by Sajid Mahmood and Mujeeb Abdullah|
“Priority Queuing Based Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Network” Book Review: The focus of this book is on the impact of spectrum management techniques on the quality of service (QoS) performance in cognitive radio networks, particularly in connection-based channel usage for secondary users (SUs). This study examines various factors such as spectrum sensing time, spectrum handoff, distributed service time, and channel contention for different SUs. The book provides insights into how these factors affect QoS performance and presents potential solutions to improve it.
|11."Cognitive Radio Networks: Efficient Resource Allocation in Cooperative Sensing, Cellular Communications, High-Speed Vehicles, and Smart Grid" by Tao Jiang and Zhiqiang Wang|
“Cognitive Radio Networks: Efficient Resource Allocation in Cooperative Sensing, Cellular Communications, High-Speed Vehicles, and Smart Grid” Book Review: This book discusses essential concepts related to cognitive radio networks and their efficient resource allocation techniques. The main chapters cover topics such as transmission slot, sensing location, and transmission power in cognitive radio networks. Additionally, the book explores white space allocation, sensing channel location, and cognitive radio modes for smart grids. The derivations of important methods and equations are provided in detail with supporting illustrations to enhance the understanding of the topics. The book is recommended for students pursuing electronics and computer engineering.