Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (JEECS)
FPGA Technique for radio cognitive in spectrum sensing for energy observation
(This article belongs to Vol - 01, Issue - 01)
Spectrum sensing in cognitive radio (CR) is essential approach that identifies the presence of primary person sign in a channel. Cognitive technology solves the issue by means of access the unlicensed customers from licensed bands. In this paper, energy detection approach set of rules is used for modulated sign to pick out the presence of deterministic primary person (PU) sign in the channel whereas sign is present or absent. There are considered forms of modulated indicators which are BPSK and QPSK under noise (AWGN). Also, simulation overall performance traits of receiver working curves for modulated signal are finished on MATLAB with detection possibility as opposed to fake alarm possibility the usage of the Monte Carlo approach. The hardware implementation created on FPGA board for the switching the absent sign to required secondary person (SU).