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Green-Dyspan (Green Dynamic Spectrum Aggregation) is a 3-years project funded by the ANR (National Research Agency), started in March 2013. Green-Dyspan aims at developing the fundamental building blocks for green dynamic spectrum aggregation by addressing the following crucial research problems:

  1. (1) How to intelligently sense the spectrum channels to be aggregated so as to find the best ones, while limiting at the same time the energy cost related to the sensing operation?
  2. (2) How to aggregate efficiently non-contiguous spectrum channels, given their heterogamous nature, and how to avoid excessive channel switching which is energy consuming?

Green-Dyspan is a joint research effort between: