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“Techno-Economic Regulatory Framework for Radio Spectrum Access for Cognitive Radio/Software Defined Radio” Action IC090

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  1. “Techno-Economic Regulatory Framework for Radio Spectrum Access for Cognitive Radio/Software Defined Radio” Action IC0905 (TERRA) Start date: 07/05/2010 End date: 06/05/2014 Raúl Chávez-Santiago (MC Member) The Intervention Centre, Oslo University Hospital

  2. COST European Cooperation in Science and Technology One of the longest-running European intergovernmental frameworks supporting cooperation among scientists and researchers. It allows the coordination of national-funded research on a European level.

  3. COST-TERRA Problem statement Cognitive Radio (CR) is posed to become one of the most important technological breakthroughs in wireless communications, yet the issues surrounding the regulatory aspects of its introduction remain unresolved. 3

  4. COST-TERRA Objective Techno-economic studies with the aim of assisting the development of a regulatory framework of radio spectrum access rules for CR-based wireless applications. 4

  5. COST-TERRA Activities • Acting as a “think tank” of experts on CR and regulation. • Analyzing input from R&D projects in the field of CR. • Providing key outputs as proposals to regulators. • Innovation through devising scenarios for CR deployment. 5

  6. COST-TERRA Participants Action’s network reached a stable size, with 20 member countries and 2 institutions from non-COST countries (South Africa and Canada). 6

  7. COST-TERRA Liaisons Working liaisons with ECC, CEPT, ETSI, ITU, IEEE DySPAN-SC, Wireless Innovation Forum, COST Actions IC0902, IC1004, IC1303. 7

  8. COST-TERRA Research results Novel concepts for spectrum access regimes: • Pluralistic Licensing • ISM Advanced Concept 8

  9. Pluralistic Licensing O. Holland et al., “Pluralistic licensing,” in Proc. IEEE DySPAN, Belevue, WA, October 16-19, 2012, pp. 33-41.

  10. ISM Advanced Concept A. Medeisis et al., “ISM-Advanced: Improved acceess rules for unlicense spectrum,” IEEE DySPAN, McLean, VA, April 1-4, 2014 (accepted). 10

  11. COST-TERRA Research results Analysis and categorization of known CR/SDR use scenarios: • CR for Ultra Wideband Medical Body Area Networks • CR for Hospitals 11

  12. CR for UWB-MBAN R. Chávez-Santiago et al., “Cognitive radio for medical body area networks using ultra wideband,” IEEE Wireless Commun., vol. 19, no. 4, pp. 74-81, August 2012. 12

  13. Dual-Band Cognitive Radio for Wearable Sensors in Hospitals R. Chávez-Santiago, D. Jankūnas, V. V. Fomin, and I. Balasingham 13

  14. CR for Hospitals P. Phunchongham et al., “A cognitive radio system for e-health applications in a hospital environment,” IEEE Wireless Commun., vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 20-28, February 2010. 14

  15. CR for Hospitals P. Phunchongham et al., “A cognitive radio system for e-health applications in a hospital environment,” IEEE Wireless Commun., vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 20-28, February 2010. 15

  16. CR for Hospitals R. Chávez-Santiago et al., “A dual-band MAC protocol for indoor cognitive radio networks: An e-health case study,”in Proc.BodyNets, Boston, MA, September 30-October 2, 2013. 16

  17. CR for Hospitals R. Chávez-Santiago et al., “A dual-band MAC protocol for indoor cognitive radio networks: An e-health case study,”in Proc.BodyNets, Boston, MA, September 30-October 2, 2013. 17

  18. CR for Hospitals R. Chávez-Santiago et al., “Dual-band cognitive radio for wearable sensors in hospitals,” IEEE ISMICT, Florence, Italy, April 2-4, 2014. 18

  19. Conclusions Cognitive radio is becoming a mature technology Hospital and other medical scenarios can benefit from CR Technological development, market development, and regulation/standardization COST-TERRA 19

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  21. Final plenary meeting April 29-30, 2014, in Vilnius, Lithuania. The call for presentations and practical information can be found at: http://www.cost-terra.org COST-TERRA 21

  22. COST Action IC1004 Cooperative Communications for Green Smart Environments (http://www.ic1004.org) COST Action IC1303-AAPELE Algorithms, Architectures and Platforms for Enhanced Living Environments 22

  23. COST Action IC1301-WiPE Wireless Power Transmission for Sustainable Electronics (http://www.cost-ic1301.org) COST Action BM1309 European Network for Innovative uses of EMFs in biomedical applications 23

  24. Participate in COST Actions!! http://www.cost.eu 24