Best Reference Books – Cognitive Radio

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Cognitive Radio subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Cognitive Radio along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Cognitive Radio subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Cognitive Radio" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Principles of cognitive Radio” by Prof H Vincent Poor

“Principles of cognitive Radio” Book Review: This book draws a line on fundamental elements of information theory, network theory, propagation, optimisation and signal processing. It also includes systematic treatment of the core physical and networking principles of cognitive radio and explores key design considerations for the development of new cognitive radio systems. It also contains all the underlying principles you need to develop practical applications in cognitive radio. This book is useful for students, researchers and practitioners alike in the field 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

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“Cognitive Radio and Networking for Heterogeneous Wireless Networks: Recent Advances and Visions for the Future (Signals and Communication Technology)” Book Review: This book offers a condensed overview on hot topics among the Cognitive Radios and Networks scientific and industrial communities and presents exciting visions for the future. This book includes examples relating to the design of new filter bank-based air interfaces for spectrum sharing, medium access control design protocols, the design of cloud-based radio access networks, an evolutionary vision for the development and deployment of cognitive TCP/IP, and regulations relevant to the development of a spectrum sharing market. It also comprises a practical, hands-on tutorial. It focuses on recent advances and future avenues, and is helpful for researchers in understanding the current issues and solutions in Cognitive Radios and Networks designs.

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 presents the problems with fixed Radio Access Technology (RAT) based surveillance systems, and then proposes a cognitive radio based surveillance system. It includes a new algorithm to introduce cognition in the existing system. This book includes a new algorithm to introduce cognition in the existing system.

4. “Cognitive Radio Networks: Medium Access Control for Coexistence of Wireless Systems” by Jung-Min Park and Kaigui Bian

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“Cognitive Radio Networks: Medium Access Control for Coexistence of Wireless Systems” Book Review: This book gives an overview of the medium access control (MAC) principles in cognitive radio networks, with a specific focus on how such MAC principles enable different wireless systems to coexist in the same spectrum band and carry out spectrum sharing. The readers get an idea of leading-edge knowledge of how cognitive radio systems coexist and share spectrum resources. It covers the cognitive radio rendezvous, spectrum sharing, channel allocation, coexistence in TV white space, and coexistence of heterogeneous wireless systems.

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 shows the transmissions based on uncoordinated spread spectrum to address smart jammers in CRNs. It also shows game theory to investigate the interactions between secondary users and jammers while providing game theoretic solutions to suppress jamming incentives in CRNs. Later chapters evaluate the Nash equilibrium and Stackelberg equilibrium of the jamming games under various network scenarios. It is useful for Professionals and researchers working in networks, wireless communications and information technology, Advanced-level students studying electrical engineering and computer science.

6. “Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design for Cognitive Radio Systems” by Amr Fahim

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“Radio Frequency Integrated Circuit Design for Cognitive Radio Systems” Book Review: This book explains the information gap on cognitive radios, it also focuses on the implementation issues. It tells about how to solve them at both the architecture and circuit levels. It describes in detail cognitive radio systems, as well as the circuit implementation and architectures required to implement such systems. This book provides the requirements and constraints imposed by cognitive radio systems are emphasized when discussing the circuit implementation details. It is useful for everyone with a background in analog and radio frequency (RF) integrated circuit design, needing to learn more about integrated circuits requirements and implementation 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 includes coordination mechanisms, and call admission control algorithms are developed for non-fully-connected CRNs. Other key topics include the advantages of supporting voice traffic flows with different delay requirements, the mean response time of the elastic data traffic over a centralized CRN, and effects of the traffic load at the base station and file length (service time requirement) distribution on the mean response time. It is useful for professionals and researchers working with wireless networks, cognitive radio, and communications, advanced-level students interested in efficient wireless communications.

8. “Spectrum Management in Cognitive Radio Networks” by Mussaab Ibrahim Mohammed Ibrahim and Lufungula Kalemba Mosa Dadhy

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“Spectrum Management in Cognitive Radio Networks” Book Review: This book shows the primary techniques of spectrum allocation are used and implemented by MATLAB code simulation with full code details inside this thesis. In addition there is a proof of the FCC results about primary users’ usage of the spectrum which is 70% of the spectrum are unused, so for maximum utilization we are developing a management technique that can increase the utilization of the spectrum.

9. “Inter Vehicle Communication System Using Cognitive Radio” by Faisal Riaz and Syed Ismail Shah

“Inter Vehicle Communication System Using Cognitive Radio” Book Review: In the world many Inter vehicle communication systems are under research, but all are based on fixed Radio Access technology and suffering signal loss and load balancing problems, especially in urban and hilly areas. This book introduces cognitive radio as a solution for a reliable Inter vehicle communication system. It alsos shows Cognitive Radio site in a vehicle to make the vehicles more smart using Multi-RAT scanning, white Space sensing, white space optimization, bandwidth shifting and bandwidth management.

10. “Priority Queuing Based Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Network” by Sajid Mahmood and Mujeeb Abdullah

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“Priority Queuing Based Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Network” Book Review: This book shows the effects on the quality of service (QoS) performance of spectrum management techniques for the connection-based channel usage behavior for Secondary users (SU). This study also considers other factors such as spectrum sensing time, spectrum handoff and generally distributed service time and channel contention for different SUs.

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