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Compressive Wideband Spectrum Sensing Based on Random Matrix Theory
Pages: 248-251
Year: Issue:  2
Journal: Journal of Donghua University(English Edition)

Keyword:  wideband spectrum sensingrandom matrix theory(RMT)compressive sampling(CS);
Abstract: Spectrum sensing in a wideband regime for cognitive radio network(CRN) faces considerably technical challenge due to the constraints on analog-to-digital converters(ADCs).To solve this problem,an eigenvalue-based compressive wideband spectrum sensing(ECWSS) scheme using random matrix theory(RMT) was proposed in this paper.The ECWSS directly utilized the compressive measurements based on compressive sampling(CS) theory to perform wideband spectrum sensing without requiring signal recovery,which could greatly reduce computational complexity and data acquisition burden.In the ECWSS,to alleviate the communication overhead of secondary user(SU),the sensors around SU carried out compressive sampling at the sub-Nyquist rate instead of SU.Furthermore,the exact probability density function of extreme eigenvalues was used to set the threshold.Theoretical analyses and simulation results show that compared with the existing eigenvalue-based sensing schemes,the ECWSS has much lower computational complexity and cost with no significant detection performance degradation.
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