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Based on this model, the SUs operate in the unoccupied primary channels. If the PU appears, an SU shall immediately handoﬀ from the current channel to another free one. If there are no free primary channels, an SU is dropped. An SU is dropped, even if there are free secondary channels. Therefore, the secondary channels have no eﬀect on the performance of SUs. The process of spectrum access to the primary channels is modeled as a two-dimensional Markov chain. The number of primary channels, c1 will be sharable between PUs and SUs.
Al-Mahdi, and A. Mitschele-Thiel LMN LMN LMN LM NȜ F L N Ȝ Nȝ M F L F M L Ȝ M F LMN Ȝ L Lȝ 22 LMN M F N Ȝ L F L ȝ L F MȜ L M LMN Ȝ N LM L F LM ȝ N NȜ Mȝ F N Ȝ L Mȝ M Ȝ N M L F LMNȜ LMNȜ LMN LMN LMN LMN LMN LMN Fig. 2. Markov chain model for spectrum sharing with backup channels 1. State (i + 1, j, k). This case can be reached, if either one of the two following events happens: – a PU arrives and occupies a free channel which is not occupied by an SU with probability c1 −(i+j) c1 −i .
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