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An Experimental Protocol Stack for Cognitive Radio Networks and Its Integration with the Future Internet


The CogNet project at the University of Kansas is performing research on architectural tradeoffs and protocol design approaches for cognitive networks at both local network and the global internetwork levels. The initiative is investigating architectural issues including naming, addressing, and routing, collaborative control & management protocols, and experimental system evaluation using measurement & management overlays and cognitive wireless implementations.

This is a collaborative effort between Rutgers University WINLAB, the University of Kansas, and Carnegie Mellon University.

This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0626676.