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Mining Spectrum Usage Data: A Large-Scale Spectrum Measurement Study

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5 Author(s)
SiXing Yin ; Beijing Univ. of Posts & Telecommun., Beijing, China ; Dawei Chen ; Qian Zhang ; Mingyan Liu
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Dynamic spectrum access has been a subject of extensive study in recent years. The increasing volume of literatures calls for a deeper understanding of the characteristics of current spectrum utilization. In this paper, we present a detailed spectrum measurement study, with data collected in the 20 MHz to 3 GHz spectrum band and at four locations concurrently in Guangdong province of China. We examine the statistics of the collected data, including channel vacancy statistics, channel utilization within each individual wireless service, and the spectral and spatial correlation of these measures. Main findings include that the channel vacancy durations follow an exponential-like distribution, but are not independently distributed over time, and that significant spectral and spatial correlations are found between channels of the same service. We then exploit such spectrum correlation to develop a 2D frequent pattern mining algorithm that can predict channel availability based on past observations with considerable accuracy.

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Mobile Computing, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:11 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

June 2012

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