Performance Of Energy Detection For Non-Cooperative System In Cognitive Radio Network
In cognitive radio, Spectrum sensing is an emerging technology to exploit the underutilized spectrum so as to
overcome the problem of spectrum scarcity. One of the important Spectrum sensing technique for cognitive radio is energy
detection. In this paper, the performance of energy detection technique for non cooperative system is analyzed for the
detection of the primary user (PU). Simulation results prove that the detection probability increases whenever signal to noise
ratio (SNR) and false alarm probability increases.
Keywords- Cognitive radio, Cognitive User, Energy detection, Spectrum sensing, Non-cooperative system.