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doc.: IEEE /0267r0 Submission June 2007 Wendong Hu, STMicroelectronicsSlide 2 Abstract The presentation describes the functions and interfaces of the Spectrum Manager entity in a proposed reference architecture for IEEE
doc.: IEEE /0267r0 Submission June 2007 Wendong Hu, STMicroelectronicsSlide 3 A Proposed Reference Architecture and the Spectrum Manager
doc.: IEEE /0267r0 Submission June 2007 Wendong Hu, STMicroelectronicsSlide 4 Proposed Reference Architecture PHY Spectrum Sensing Function –A part of the PHY MAC –MAC Common Part Sub-layer –Convergence Sub-layer Spectrum Manager –A part of the MAC Spectrum Usage Policy Module Geo-location Database Higher Layer –Bridge, router, host, etc.
doc.: IEEE /0267r0 Submission June 2007 Wendong Hu, STMicroelectronicsSlide 6 Spectrum Manager – The Interfaces (1) With the Spectrum Usage Policy module –Receive – Spectrum Usage policies With the Geo-location Database –Receive – Geo-location information With the Spectrum Sensing Function –Send – spectrum sensing control messages Parameters: channel, time, duration, method used, etc. –Receive – spectrum sensing reports With the MAC Common Part –Send – Spectrum Pool (channel set) status information –Receive – Spectrum demands (QoS / Throughput requirements)
doc.: IEEE /0267r0 Submission June 2007 Wendong Hu, STMicroelectronicsSlide 7 Spectrum Manager – The Interfaces (2) With the PHY –Send/Receive – DFS control –Send/Receive – TPC control –Send/Receive – Over-the-air inter-network communication (Beaconing) control –Send/Receive – Adaptive modulation control –Send/Receive – Adaptive beam forming control With the Higher Layer –Send/Receive – Over-the-backhaul inter-network communication (Bridging) control. –Send – Spectrum Pool (channel set) status information –Receive – Spectrum demands (QoS / Throughput requirements)