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Auctioning based Coordinated TV White Space Spectrum Sharing for Home Networks

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White spaces are unused fragments of spectrum over space and time. TV white spaces refer to white spaces in the UHF TV bands post the switch-over to DTV . To promote efficient use of spectrum and increase the availability of spectrum for wireless data communications purposes, regulators in several countries have decided to allow unlicensed access to TV white spaces subject to interference protection for the primary users of that spectrum (DTV receivers and microphones). Geolocation databases are being widely seen as the most practical way to enable such use in the near future. In this talk, I’ll focus on the use of TV white space (TVWS) spectrum for in-home wireless communications. Specifically, I will present an auctioning based framework along with a mechanism that leverages the geolocation database to coordinate the secondary use of TVWS spectrum for better spectrum sharing and interference management between home networks.

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