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Call for Paper
Vol. 7 Issue 10

Submission Start Date:
OCT 01, 2020

Acceptence Notification Start:
OCT 10, 2020

Submission End:
OCT 25, 2020

Final MenuScript Due:
OCT 30, 2020

Publication Date:
OCT 30, 2020
                         Notice Board: Call for PaperVol. 7 Issue 10      Submission Start Date: OCT 01, 2020      Acceptence Notification Start: OCT 10, 2020      Submission End: OCT 25, 2020      Final MenuScript Due: OCT 30, 2020      Publication Date: OCT 30, 2020




Volume VII Issue V

Author Name
Shweta Goswami, Prof. Amit Sariya
Year Of Publication
2020
Volume and Issue
Volume 7 Issue 5
Abstract
Cognitive Radio Networks are a promising technology likely to be deployed in the very near future as a viable solution to the spectrum shortage problems faced by traditional wireless systems. Technological breakthroughs in the field of Software Defined Radios enabled the development of flexible cognitive radio transceivers capable of dynamically changing their transmission parameters in order to efficiently exploit the available wireless resources. This increased capability of cognitive radios to self adapted based on interactions with the surrounding environment makes them the perfect candidates for opportunistic spectrum access in those bands that are assigned to primary users.
PaperID
2020/IJTRM/5/2020/37341

Author Name
Pushpanjli Bhawsar, Khushaboo Sawant, Harish Patidar
Year Of Publication
2020
Volume and Issue
Volume 7 Issue 5
Abstract
Wireless sensor networks have recently emerged as an important computing platform. These sensors are power-limited and have limited computing resources. Therefore, the sensor energy has to be managed wisely in order to maximize the lifetime of the network. There have been many studies on considering sensor's energy. Among these, clustering sensor nodes is a more efficient and adaptive approach in sensor networks having some essential requirements. First, every node in a cluster should elect one cluster head. Second, clustering must minimize overhead. Third, network topology must be stable. Finally, as sensor nodes are operated; low power, low energy consumption is required.
PaperID
2020/IJTRM/5/2020/37358