Article Code : 13980314189939(DOI : 10.7508/jist.2019.02.005)

Article Title : Cooperative Game Approach for Mobile Primary User Localization Based on Compressive Sensing in Multi-antenna Cognitive Sensor Networks

Journal Number : 26 Spring 2019

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1 Maryam Najimi Assistant Professor PhD


In this paper, the problem of joint energy efficient spectrum sensing and determining the mobile primary user location is proposed based on compressive sensing in cognitive sensor networks. By utilizing compressive sensing, the ratio of measurements for the sensing nodes are considerably reduced. Therefore, energy consumption is improved significantly in spectrum sensing. The multi-antenna sensors is also considered to save more energy. On the other hand, multi-antenna sensor utilization is a proper solution instead of applying more sensors. The problem is formulated to maximize the network lifetime and find the mobile primary user position by sensors selection under the detection performance and accuracy of localization constraints. For this purpose, a cooperative game is proposed to study this problem. It is shown that with the proposed game, the network lifetime is maximized while the proper sensors which participate in spectrum sensing and primary user localization are determined. Simulation results show that the network lifetime is improved while the detection performance constraint is satisfied and the location of the primary user is determined with high accuracy.