Technology/Policy Papers

Wednesday, 30 September



Plenary Session 1: 11:30-12:30: Spectrum Access Systems



To White Space Or Not To White Space: That Is The Trial Within The Ofcom TV White Spaces Pilot

Oliver Holland, Shuyu Ping and Adnan Aijaz (King's College London, United Kingdom); Jean-Marc Chareau and Pravir Chawdhry (Joint Research Centre of the European Commission, Italy); Yue Gao and Zhijin Qin (Queen Mary University of London, United Kingdom); Heikki Kokkinen (Fairspectrum, Finland)



Design and Implementation of an End-to-End Architecture for 3.5 GHz Shared Spectrum

Milind Madhav Buddhikot (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA); Chang Wook Kim (University of Washington, USA); Jihoon Ryoo (Stony Brook University, USA)



Socio-Technical considerations for Spectrum Access System (SAS) design

Martin B.H. Weiss (University of Pittsburgh, USA); William Lehr (Massaschusetts Institute of Technology, USA); Amelia Acker and Marcela Gomez (University of Pittsburgh, USA)




Parallel Session 1: 13:30-15:00



Session 1a: Interference metrics and measurements



Policy Driven Multi-band Spectrum Aggregation for Ultra-broadband Wireless Networks

Milind Madhav Buddhikot (Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent, USA); Lance Hartung (University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA)



TxMiner: Identifying transmitters in real-world spectrum measurements

Mariya Zheleva (UAlbany SUNY, USA); Ranveer Chandra, Aakanksha Chowdhery and Ashish Kapoor (Microsoft Research, USA); Paul Garnett (Microsoft, ? )



Real-Time Centralized Spectrum Monitoring: Feasibility, Architecture, and Latency

Michael R. Souryal, Mudumbai Ranganathan, John Mink and Naceur El Ouni (NIST, USA)



Context-Aware Radar Modeling Framework

Joao F. Santos (Trinity College Dublin & CONNECT/CTVR, Ireland); Francisco Paisana (Trinity College, Ireland); Nicholas J. Kaminski (Trinity College Dublin & CTVR, Ireland); Johann M Marquez-Barja (Trinity College Dublin & CTVR Telecommunications Research Centre, Ireland); Luiz DaSilva (Trinity College, Ireland)



Interference Measurements for Licensed Shared Access (LSA) between LTE and Wireless Cameras in 2.3 GHz Band

Juha Kalliovaara and Tero Jokela (University of Turku, Finland); Reijo Ekman, Juhani Hallio and Mikko Jakobsson (Turku University of Applied Sciences, Finland); Tero Kippola (Centria University of Applied Sciences, Finland); Marja Matinmikko (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland)



Session 1b: Market and country studies



Whitespace Evaluation SofTware (WEST) and its applications to whitespace in Canada and Australia

Kate Harrison, Vidya Muthukumar and Anant Sahai (UC Berkeley, USA)



Future Wireless Spectrum Below 6 GHz: A UK Perspective

Mohamed M. Kassem and Mahesh K Marina (The University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)



Analysis of requirements from standardization for Licensed Shared Access (LSA) system implementation

Miia Mustonen and Marja Matinmikko (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland); Seppo Yrjölä (Nokia Solutions and Networks, Finland); Marko Palola (VTT Technical Reseach Centre of Finland, Finland); Teemu Rautio (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland)




Parallel Session 2: 15:30-17:00



Session 2a: Small Cells



RRH and Small Cells - the Implications for Spectrum Sharing

Jasmina McMenamy (CTVR, Trinity College, Ireland); Irene Macaluso and Linda Doyle (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)




WhiteCell: Energy-Efficient Use of Unlicensed Frequency Bands for Cellular Offloading

Pengfei Cui, Matthew Tonnemacher, Dinesh Rajan and Joseph D. Camp (Southern Methodist University, USA)



Stochastic Resource Allocation in Opportunistic LTE-A Networks with Heterogeneous Self-interference Cancellation Capabilities

Mohammad J. Abdel-Rahman, Mohamed Abdelraheem and Allen B. MacKenzie (Virginia Tech, USA)



Coordinated Dynamic Spectrum Management of LTE-U and Wi-Fi Networks

Shweta Sagari and Samuel Baysting (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA); Dola Saha (NEC Labs America, USA); Ivan Seskar and Wade Trappe (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA); Dipankar Raychaudhuri (Rutgers University, USA)



Repeated spectrum sharing games in multi-operator heterogeneous networks

Bikramjit Singh, Konstantinos Koufos and Olav Tirkkonen (Aalto University, Finland); Riku Jäntti (Aalto University School of Electrical Engineering, Finland)




Session 2b: Spectrum sharing tools and analysis



Optimizing spectrum value through flexible spectrum licensing

Arturo Basaure (Aalto University, Finland); Oliver Holland (King's College London, United Kingdom)




Spectrum sharing between the Mobile Service and existing Fixed and Fixed Satellite Services in the 3.6-3.8 GHz band

Hamid Reza Karimi (Huawei Technologies, United Kingdom); Alessandro Casagni (Huawei Technologies, Italy); Alexander Gulyaev (Huawei Technologies, Sweden)



Framework of Joint Auction and Mixed Graph for Licensed Shared Access Systems

Huiyang Wang (Macquarie University & Australia, Australia); Eryk Dutkiewicz and Gengfa Fang (Macquarie University, Australia); Markus Dominik Mueck (Intel Mobile Communications, Germany)




On the Trade-off between Spectrum Efficiency and Transmission Cost in Traditional and SFN-based Broadcast Television

Rolando E. Bettancourt and Jon M. Peha (Carnegie Mellon University)




Thursday, 1 October



Plenary Session 2: 9:30-10:30: Novel Spectrum Sharing Models



Policy Objectives and Spectrum Rights for Future Network Developments

Benoit P Freyens (University of Canberra, Australia); Sean Alexander (Vodafone Hutchison Australia, Australia)



Evaluation of recent spectrum sharing concepts from business model scalability point of view

Seppo Yrjölä (Nokia Solutions and Networks, Finland); Petri Ahokangas (University of Oulu, Finland); Marja Matinmikko (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Finland)



Defining Incumbent Protection Zones on the Fly: Dynamic Boundaries for Spectrum Sharing

Sudeep Bhattarai, Abid Ullah, Jung-Min (Jerry) Park and Jeffrey Reed (Virginia Tech, USA); David Gurney (Motorola Solutions, USA); Bo Gao (Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, P.R. China)



Parallel Session 3: 15:30-17:00



Session 3a: New Spectrum Sharing Models



Reduction of Radar Band Exclusion Zones through Database-aided Beamforming

Francisco Paisana (Trinity College, Ireland); Danny Finn (Trinity College Dublin & CTVR Telecomunications Research Centre, Ireland); Nicola Marchetti (CTVR Trinity College, Ireland); Luiz DaSilva (Trinity College, Ireland)



Delay Analysis of Multi-User Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks

Seyed Ebrahim Safavi and Koduvayur P Subbalakshmi (Stevens Institute of Technology, USA)



Impact of Spectrum Aggregation Technology and Frequency on Cellular Networks Performance

Mohammed Alotaibi and Marvin A. Sirbu (Carnegie Mellon University, USA); Jon M. Peha (Cyphermint and Carnegie Mellon University, USA)



Network Dimensioning with Carrier Aggregation

Emir Kavurmacioglu and David Starobinski (Boston University, USA)



Infrastructure and Spectrum Sharing Trade-offs in Mobile Networks

Jacek Kibiłda and Paolo Di Francesco (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland); Francesco Malandrino (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel); Luiz A. DaSilva (Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)




Session 3b: Cooperative Communication



Optimal Throughput Curve for Primary and Secondary Users with Node-level Cooperation

Xu Yuan, Feng Tian and Thomas Hou (Virginia Tech, USA); Wenjing Lou (Virginia Tech & National Science Foundation, USA); Hanif Sherali (Virginia Tech, USA); Sastry Kompella (Naval Research Laboratory, USA); Jeffrey Reed (Virginia Tech, USA)



Incentivizing Crowdsourcing for Radio Environment Mapping with Statistical Interpolation

Xuhang Ying, Sumit Roy and Radha Poovendran (University of Washington, USA)



A SDN Approach to Spectrum Brokerage in Infrastructure-based Cognitive Radio Networks

Anatolij Zubow, Michael Doering, Mikolaj Chwalisz and Adam Wolisz (Technische Universität Berlin, Germany)



Opportunistic Spectrum Allocation for Max-Min Rate in NC-OFDMA

Ratnesh Kumbhkar and Tejashri Kuber (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA); Gokul Sridharan (University of Toronto, Canada); Narayan Mandayam and Ivan Seskar (WINLAB, Rutgers University, USA)