CCIRGTN-Coexistence Channel Interference Reduction Using Game Assumptions in Television White Space Network

Author Name(s): Vijaya G. Rajeshwarkar, Shekhar M. Jagade, P. Chandrashekar Reddy, Tanuja S. Dhope
Author Email: v.rajeshwarkar@gmail.com

Abstract

In the last decade, wireless communication growth has been created not only because of exclusive openings, but also it formed big challenges to the market. So as to meet the increasing demand at no too much cost or power utilization, one possible solution for the providers is to obtain more channels for wireless transmissions. Unlike the long period channel assignment to restricted licenses, secondary channel admission is considered as an acceptable option to get extra channels at the minimum cost. In specific, the very high-frequency and ultra high frequency television band is measured as the most capable solution for secondary usage because of its better channel propagation characteristics. This proposed CCIRGTN, Coexistence Channel Interference Reduction using Game assumptions in Television white space Network, discusses the neighboring channel coexistence interference minimization techniques. Based on the interference device detection probability, removal of noninterference devices within the range of interference devices is initiated. After that, network starts the device re connection based on the position of the devices and its interference range devices. The probability estimation is applied based on the connected devices and time period of collecting the television band devices (TVBD) network information. From the distributed random probability, decision making is executed to initiate the game concept between devices. The game records the reports on the number of players and game plans. Based on the gaming output, collect the average power used channel to access currently.

Introduction

Dynamic channel selection allows channel sharing with available authorized/licensed services such as satellite, radar communications, TV telecasting etc. The aim of channel sharing is that, it finds and eliminates the sub-channel interference along with confined equipment by dynamically choosing a band which is not in use. This method brings channel sharing techniques to choose the most excellent channel, it may be a less interfered or non-interfered channel, as per the frequency capacities. Among the channel frequencies it is possible to access the very high frequency (VHF) and ultra high frequency (UHF) bands used for digital television (TV) broadcasting tune-up, also named as TV-bands. Basic TV broadcasting environment contains high-power TV transmitters and towers. So as to reduce the internal noisiness or to telecast the regional programs, that is broadcasted through the dissimilar frequencies of all TV towers needs proper solutions. Besides broadcasting, the propagation activities on TV frequency bands are highly favourable for broad region coverage range or internal-outside transmission range than the maximum of the channel bands utilized for mobile phone infrastructures. So that, the plentiful channels in the TV frequencies have paid attention to public and research areas.

Conclusion

CCIRGTN- Coexistence Channel interference Reduction using Game assumptions in Television white space Network system works well as compared to MAC 802.11. Simulation results show that this system shows results approximately in accordance with MAC 802.19.1. The game model ends in Nash Equilibrium. It can thus be concluded that this is a better interference reduction technique

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