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Dynamic radio spectrum utilization

Posted on Wednesday, December 29th, 2010 in documentation, RF by the machinegeek


Here’s an interesting paper from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia detailing Dynamic Spectrum Access Management using Cognitive Radio System. The concepts highlighted in this presentation will become increasingly important as regulators in the US and throughout the world deal with competing needs for radio spectrum, with a corresponding impact on developers and users of RF devices.

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