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Instructor: Hseyin Arslan University of South Florida, Electrical Engineering Dept., 42 2 E. Fo!ler Ave.

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Prerequisites: #asic 2no!ledge of Fourier transfor's and linear syste' analysis, digital signal processing, co''unication syste's, and !ireless co''unication syste's are desira3le, 3ut not a3solutely necessary. Students !ithout any co''unications 3ac2ground should 3e prepared that certain portions of the course 'ay 3e difficult to follo!.

DETAILED DESCRIPTION &oday4s !ireless services have co'e a long !ay since the rollout of the conventional voice0 centric cellular syste's. &he de'and for !ireless access in voice and high data rate 'ulti0 'edia applications has 3een increasing. "e! generation !ireless co''unication syste's are ai'ed at acco''odating this de'and through 3etter resource 'anage'ent and i'proved trans'ission technologies. &he interest in increasing the Spectrum Access and i'proving the Spectrum Efficiency co'3ined !ith 3oth the introduction of Soft!are Defined 5adios and the reali6ation of the idea that 'achine learning can 3e applied to radios has created ne! intriguing possi3ilities for !ireless radio researchers. &his course targets to discuss the cognitive radio, soft!are defined radio, and adaptive radio concepts fro' several aspects. &he scope !ill include the follo!ing+ Application of SD5 in advanced co''unication syste's 7hallenges and issues regarding the i'ple'entation of SD5 Adaptive !ireless co''unication syste's 8ara'eter esti'ation for adaptation of !ireless co''unication syste's ,learning environ'ent and other factors SD5 and cognitive radio architectures Spectru' efficiency and soft spectru' usage 9ulti0di'ensional spectru' a!areness Applications of cognitive radio ,specifically for pu3lic safety 7ognitive features in the upco'ing !ireless standards ,:&E, ;i9A<, etc Spectru', net!or2, conte=t, environ'ent, location a!areness for cognitive radio #lind receiver design Fe'to0cells and relation to cognitive radio 7ognitive *FD9,A U;# and 7ognitive radio ,underlay and overlay >nterference a!areness Signal analysis, signal a!areness ?ertical hand0off and net!or2 interopera3ility 0 net!or2 a!areness, 'ulti0tier net!or2s Sa'pling and AD7@DA7 issues in 75 and SD5

9ulti0rate processing, sa'pling rate adAust'ents. Auto0rate detection and adAust'ents etc

GRADING: Brading !ill 3e 3ased on class participation, ho'e!or2, final proAect, and final e=a'. 7lass 8articipation+ C2 ,includes student presentationsHo'e!or2+ C( ,chec2 3lac23oard for ho'e!or2 assign'entsFinal proAect and report+ C2 ,see 3elo! for the details of the proAectsFinal E=a'+ C( Course Hours: 9onday+ )+2 to .+ D p' Office hours: 9onday (+ p' to )+ p' E-mai interactions: "ote that there !ill 3e a discussion group created for the students of this class, and 3eyond the office hours, !e !ill use e0'ail syste' for discussing the issues, pro3le's, papers, etc.

!OO"S # RE$ERENCES ;e !ill not 3e using a specific te=t 3oo2 for the course. ;e !ill create a data 3ase ,http+@@!csp.eng.usf.edu@cognitiveEradioElin2s.ht'l - for including the related papers and docu'ents, and these 'aterials !ill 3e used for the course. &he related references !ill 3e provided 3y the instructor. &he lecture slides !ill 3e provided to the students through 'yUsf ,3lac23oard-.

Tentati%e out ine of the course: 7ognitive radio+ goals, 3enefits, definitions, architectures, relations !ith other radios, issues, ena3ling technologies, policies, interopera3ility@coe=istence, etc. Spectru' :icensed, unlicensed, shared unlicensed, opportunistic unlicensed 7urrent spectral usage and issues 5egulations, regulation changes <B ,soft spectru' usage, related to spectru' only-, and relations !ith 7ognitive radio Spectral a!areness Spectru' adaptation, Dyna'ic freFuency selection, Spectru' Sharing ,secondary users in licensed spectru'-, priority allocation Adaptive 3and!idth control 8olicies Adaptation and opti'i6ation lin2 adaptation

incre'ental redundancy Gointly adaptive source and channel coding !ater pouring and adaptive scheduling SD5 Hard!are li'itations, A@D, filters, antennas, AB7, etc. 8rocessing, progra''a3ility ,fle=i3ility- vs po!er consu'ption Digital signal processing role in SD5, and so'e e=a'ples F8BA@DS8 and 'i=ed progra''ing platfor's Sensing ,internal and e=ternal- and a!areness Spectral a!areness 8o!er efficiency, energy@3attery a!areness Device capa3ility a!areness, 5F A!areness >nterference@noise te'perature channel ,'ediu', radio channel &i'e of day, day of !ee2, ... :ocation ,in (D-, Beolocation End0user environ'ent User profile, User needs and preferences User contents 5adio Environ'ent "et!or2 Environ'ent etc 7ross0layer opti'i6ation ,adaptation 8HH, 9A7, "et!or2, source@channel Aoint coding, Aoint routing and lin2 adaptation, routing@po!er adaptation, Efficiency 'easures and 'etrics, net!or2 and syste' aspects, etc. 5adiation 8attern 7ontrol, Directional Antennas, s'art antennas, 9>9* 8o!er control 7urrent cellular cognitive features Hand0off 7hannel allocation, cellular net!or2 design :in2 adaptation, incre'ental redundancy >nterference avoidance, detection, and cancellation 8o!er control Fe'to cells and relation to cognitive radio 2.DB@(B@4B cognitive features ,case study ;>9A< I :&E 9ulti0carrier syste' adaptation ,*FD9,A- adaptive features Adaptive 78, adaptive nu'3er of carriers, su303and adaptive 'odulation, pre0 co'pensation, adaptive 8A85 reduction, lin2 adaptation, etc. 7olla3oration and cooperation in !ireless devices, net!or2s, and syste's >nterference a!areness 9ulti0di'ensional channel variation and dispersion 0 relation !ith adaptive radio Applications of 75 into pu3lic safety and other applications of 75 ?ertical hand0off and net!or2 interopera3ility 0 net!or2 a!areness, 'ulti0tier net!or2s #iologically inspired cognitive features ,li2e #ats, Ants, hu'an 3eing, etc#lind receiver design for cognitive radio ,3lind 'odulation identification, 3lind synchroni6ationSignal analysis, signal a!areness % 2.22, >EEE % 2.$$y, >EEE % 2.$)h, >EEE S77 4$ ?oice, sound recognition, use of advanced voice techniFues for 75 :ocation a!areness in cognitive radio

Environ'ent a!areness in cognitive radio 5ole of cognitive radio for co''unication in irregular and harsh environ'ents Spectru' frag'entation. ;hole or dispersed spectru' usageJ advantages and disadvantages. Suita3le technologyJ etc. U;# and 7ognitive radio ,underlay and overlayApplication of 75 and cognitive net!or2s to harsh co''unication channels li2e under!ater acoustic and po!erline co''unication channels 7onte=t a!areness and user a!areness in 75 Sa'pling, AD7 issues in 75 9ulti0rate processing, sa'pling rate adAust'ents. Auto0rate detection and adAust'ents ;ireless 9A7, hidden node I e=posed node, 7S9A@7D, relations for cognitive radio

"ote+ In the event of an emergency, it may be necessary for USF to suspend normal operations.

During this time, USF may opt to continue delivery of instruction through methods that include but are not limited to: lac!board, "lluminate, S!ype, and email messaging and#or an alternate schedule. It$s the responsibility of the student to monitor lac!board site for each class for course specific communication, and the main USF, %ollege, and department &ebsites, emails, and 'o ull messages for important general information.

Information re&ar'in& to course (ro)ects:

"ach student should pic! a pro(ect &hich is independent from others. ) one page pro(ect proposal is due on September *+th. ,he pro(ect proposal should include a fairly detailed description of &hat you plan to do -i.e. a clear description of the specific problem you plan to investigate. and ho& you plan to do it -i.e. a description of your approach and the e/pected results.. Do not propose to do something that cannot be completed &ithin the semester. 0our proposal should also list 123 relevant references. In2class presentations of the pro(ects and final pro(ect report are re4uired. ,he final report should follo& one of the formatting styles in I""" ,ransactions#5ournal#'aga6ine#7etters. ,he report should demonstrate in2depth understanding of the topic addressed and present !ey technical considerations in the issues involved. It must include an abstract describing your main &or!8 )n introduction describing the problem being addressed8 In2depth technical descriptions including problem modeling and solutions, systems design considerations and trade offs, application range, and current implementation status 4uo and future &or!8 Final summary8 9eference citations. Some suggested pro(ect topics: *. %9 for public safety 1. %ollaboration and cooperation in &ireless devices, net&or!s, and systems -%ollaborative radio resource, spectrum, po&er management, resource optimi6ation. 3. %ognitive features in the upcoming standards -li!e :;1.*<m, 7," advanced, :;1.**n, adaptive fre4uency hopping in luetooth. and in the 3= -1.>=. standards

+. :;1.11 detailed study and simulation >. Study of the I""" :;1.**y, I""" :;1.*<h, I""" :;1.11, I""" S%% +* standard ad relations <. ?oice, sound recognition, use of advanced voice techni4ues for %9 @. Detailed study of Ai')B, 7,", and 7,"2advanced :. ?ertical hand2off and net&or! interoperability 2 net&or! a&areness, multi2tier net&or!s C. %onte/t a&areness and user a&areness in %9 *;. F' transmitters for mp3 players, improvement of these &ith %9, e/tension to ,? bands, e/tensions to IS' bands. Aireless lab pro(ect e/tension **. )daptive and intelligent scheduling techni4ues in DFD') and %9 *1. 'I'D and beamforming for cognitive radio *3. %ross2layer design issues in %9 *+. )nti2(amming and security issues in %9 *>. ')%, routing and transport protocols for cognitive radio net&or!s *<. Synchroni6ation and channel estimation for cognitive radio *@. 'ilitary cognitive radio and net&or! *:. Spectrum sensing, signal detection, cooperative detection *C. %ognitive access and interference management strategies 1;. 7ocation2aided optimi6ation of communication net&or!s 1*. Interference management, avoidance and alignment 11. %ooperative and coordinated multiuser communications 13. %92enabled communications in vehicular and transportation environments. %9 enhanced ?ehicle2to2?ehicle -?1?. and ?ehicle2to2Infrastructure -?1I. communications,2 ?ehicle2 to2?ehicle -?1?. and ?ehicle2to2Infrastructure -?1I. 1+. iological2inspired net&or!ing for %9 1>. Erofiles of user applications, elements, learning user preferences