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Advances in Cognitive Radio Systems

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Advances in Cognitive Radio Systems
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535106661
Number of pages: 150

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Topics covered: Cognitive Media Access Control; Measurement and Statistics of Spectrum Occupancy; Adaptation from Transmission Security to Cognitive Radio Communication; Wideband Voltage Controlled Oscillators for Cognitive Radio Systems; etc.

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