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Blockchain Based Spectrum Sharing

by   Chen Sun, et al.

Spectrum sharing has long been considered as method to improve spectrum resource utilization. Centralized geolocation database approach has been accepted globally for commercial applications. Recently blockchain has been considered as a platform to support spectrum sharing in a distributed manner. Like other commodities, spectrum or right of spectrum usage can be exchanged through blockchain. However, this leads to changes of the location where a particular frequency channel is utilized which brings potential interference. In this paper, we present the interference based consensus and smart contract for blockchain based spectrum sharing. We will also introduce the other aspects of blockchain such as cross train transaction, cross tier spectrum coordination and incentive mechanism that need to be studied for spectrum sharing applications.


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