Green cognitive communication approaches

 
 
 
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    Generally one of the reasons for global warming is Co2 emission. The rapid growth of wireless communication is the reason for more emission. This creates more health issues, especially children. To reduce the issues, now the wireless communication is tilted towards green communication. Green communication cannot be achieved in single step. In this paper some of techniques are followed to achieve sustainable communication. The main objective of this paper is cognitive radio (CR), which makes use of spectrum in efficient way. In our proposed system, we focused on green cognitive cycle, Cognitive radio-Ultra wide band (CR-UWB) and Cognitive radio-Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (CR-OFDM). With these above methods we achieved better achievements in terms of efficiency, less time delay, resource utilization and low power for 5G wireless green communication.

     


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    Cognitive Radio; Sharing; UWB; OFDM; Power Spectral Density (PSD)

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Article ID: 12523
 
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i2.26.12523




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