Dynamic Compressive Spectrum Sensing for Cognitive Radio Networks
Meng, Jia (Jasmine)
In the recently proposed collaborative compressive sensing, the cognitive radios (CRs) sense the occupied spectrum channels by measuring linear combinations of channel powers, instead of sweeping a set of channels sequentially. The measurements are reported to the fusion center, where the occupied channels are recovered by compressive sensing algorithms. In this paper, we study a method of dynamic compressive sensing, which continuously measures channel powers and recovers the occupied channels in a dynamic environment. While standard compressive sensing algorithms must recover multiple occupied channels, a dynamic algorithm only needs to recover the recent change, which is either a newly occupied channel or a released one. On the other hand, the dynamic algorithm must recover the change just in time. Therefore, we propose a least-squared based algorithm, which is equivalent to l0 minimization. We demonstrate its fast speed and robustness to noise. Simulation results demonstrate effectiveness of the proposed scheme.
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