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Compressive cyclostationary spectrum sensing with a constant false alarm rate

Spectrum sensing is a crucial component of opportunistic spectrum access schemes, which aim at improving spectrum utilization by allowing for the reuse of idle licensed spectrum. Sensing a spectral band before using it makes sure the legitimate users are not disturbed. To that end, a number of different spectrum sensing method have been developed in the literature...

SNR walls in eigenvalue-based spectrum sensing

Various spectrum sensing approaches have been shown to suffer from a so-called signal-to-noise ratio (SNR)-wall, an SNR value below which a detector cannot perform robustly no matter how many observations are used. Up to now, the eigenvalue-based maximum-minimum-eigenvalue (MME) detector has been a notable exception. For instance, the model uncertainty of imperfect knowledge of...