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Achieving Efficient Spectrum Usage in Passive and Active Sensing
Wang, Huaiyi

2017, Doctor of Philosophy, Ohio State University, Electrical and Computer Engineering.
Increasing demand for supporting more wireless services with higher performance and reliability within the frequency bands that are most conducive to operating cost-eff ective cellular and mobile broadband is aggravating current electromagnetic spectrum congestion. This situation motivates technology and management innovation to increase the efficiency of spectral use. If primary-secondary spectrum sharing can be shown possible without compromising (or while even improving) performance in an existing application, opportunities for efficiency may be realizable by making the freed spectrum available for commercial use. While both active and passive sensing
systems are vitally important for many public good applications, opportunities for increasing the efficiency of spectrum use can be shown to exist for both systems. This dissertation explores methods and technologies for remote sensing systems that enhance spectral efficiency and enable dynamic spectrum access both within and outside traditionally allocated bands.
Joel Johnson (Advisor)
Emre Ertin (Committee Member)
Graeme Smith (Committee Member)
157 p.

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