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Ramos, R.E.; Madani, Kambiz
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
Languages: English
Types: Part of book or chapter of book
Subjects: UOW3
In this paper we present our vision of the Software Radio (SR) concept. To the author's knowledge this vision of an Intelligent Re-configurable Network encompasses and adds to the main SR concepts presented to date, namely SWSDR, Re-configurable radio systems and networks, and Cognitive radio. The newly proposed architecture and supporting technology provides a flexible way to introduce re-configurability into any network node and protocol layer of a network fixed or mobile, while simultaneously providing a\ud structured framework in which re-configurability can be\ud introduced and hence networks can evolve. This concept\ud has provided a solid foundation and plays a central role\ud in providing a suitable context in which to examine reconfigurabilty issues in the Mobile Terminal and Base\ud Station. We believe that this concept has the potential\ud to help the telecommunications industry in facilitating;\ud the introduction, development and harmonization of\ud reconfigurability within existing and future fixed and\ud mobile networks.
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