ETSI Reconfigurable Radio Systems – Status and Future Directions on Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio Standards

Mueck, Markus and Piipponen, Antti and Dimitrakopoulos, George and Tsagkaris, Kostas and Casadevall, Fernando and Demestichas, Panagiotis and Perez-Romero, Jordi and Sallent, Oriol and Baldini, Gianmarco and Filin, Stanislav and Harada, Hiroshi and Debbah, Merouane and Haustein, Thomas and Gebert, Jens and Deschamps, Benoist and Bender, Paul and Street, Michael and Kalliojarvi, Kari and Kandeepan, Sithamparanathan and Lota, Jaswinder and Hayar, Aawatif (2010) ‘ETSI Reconfigurable Radio Systems – Status and Future Directions on Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio Standards’, Communications Magazine, IEEE, 48(9), pp. 78-86.

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Abstract

This article details the current work status of the ETSI Reconfigurable Radio Systems Technical Committee, positions the ETSI work with respect to other standards efforts (IEEE 802, IEEE SCC41) as well as the European Regulatory Framework, and gives an outlook on the future evolution. In particular, software defined radio related study results are presented with a focus on SDR architectures for mobile devices such as mobile phones. For MDs, a novel architecture and inherent interfaces are presented enabling the usage of SDR principles in a mass market context. Cognitive radio principles within ETSI RRS are concentrated on two topics, a cognitive pilot channel proposal and a Functional Architecture for Management and control of reconfigurable radio systems, including dynamic self-organizing planning and management, dynamic spectrum management, joint radio resource management. Finally, study results are indicated that are targeting a SDR/CR security framework.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Citation: Mueck, M. (2010) ‘ETSI Reconfigurable Radio Systems – Status and Future Directions on Software Defined Radio and Cognitive Radio Standards’ Communications Magazine, IEEE 48 (9) 78 - 86.
Divisions: Schools > Architecture Computing and Engineering, School of
Depositing User: Mr Stephen Grace
Date Deposited: 13 Sep 2010 10:13
Last Modified: 27 Sep 2012 11:59
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10552/977

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