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Performance analysis of a collaborative DSA-based network with malicious nodes

Takyi, Augustine, Melissa Densmore, Senka Hadzic and David Johnson (2017) Performance analysis of a collaborative DSA-based network with malicious nodes. In Proceedings 9th EAI International Conference on e‐Infrastructure and e‐Services for Developing Countries (AFRICOMM 2017), Lagos, Nigeria.

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Abstract

This work analyses the performance of a Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) network with secondary nodes to provide Internet services, and studies the impact of malicious nodes and cooperative secondary nodes on the performance of the network and spectrum utilization. The work mathematically models the throughput, latency, and spectrum utilization with varying numbers of malicious nodes, secondary nodes, miss probabilities, and false alarm probabilities, and studies their effect on the performance of the network. The results point to rapid spectrum starvation as the number of malicious nodes increase, as well as the negative impact of too many secondary nodes crowding out available spectrum with resultant degradation of throughput and latency

EPrint Type:Conference Paper
Keywords:DSA, Dynamic spectrum access, spectrum utilization, performance analysis, malicious nodes, malicious users
Subjects:C Computer Systems Organization: C.2 COMPUTER-COMMUNICATION NETWORKS
ID Code:1251
Deposited By:Takyi AUGUSTINE TAKYI, Augustine
Deposited On:06 July 2018