Reference : Bayesian generalised likelihood ratio test-based multiple antenna spectrum sensing fo...
Scientific journals : Article
Engineering, computing & technology : Electrical & electronics engineering
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/47610
Bayesian generalised likelihood ratio test-based multiple antenna spectrum sensing for cognitive radios
English
Sedighi, Saeid mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > SigCom >]
Taherpour, Abbass []
Monfared, Shaghayegh []
2013
IET Communications
Institution of Engineering and Technology
7
18
2151–2165,
Yes
International
1751-8628
1751-8636
United Kingdom
[en] spectrum sensing ; cognitive radio ; Bayesian GLRT
[en] In this study, the authors address the problem of multiple antenna spectrum sensing in cognitive radios by exploiting
the prior information about unknown parameters. Specifically, under assumption that unknown parameters are random with the
given proper distributions, the authors use a Bayesian generalised likelihood ratio test (B-GLRT) in order to derive the
corresponding detectors for three different scenarios: (i) only the channel gains are unknown to the secondary user (SU), (ii)
only the noise variance is unknown to the SU, (iii) both the channel gains and noise variance are unknown to the SU. For the
first and third scenarios, the authors use the iterative expectation maximisation algorithm for estimation of unknown
parameters and the authors derive their convergence rate. It is shown that the proposed B-GLRT detectors have low
complexity and besides are optimal even under the finite number of samples. The simulation results demonstrate that the
proposed B-GLRT detectors have an acceptable performance even under the finit
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/47610
10.1049/iet-com.2012.0624

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