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Performance Analysis of Efficient Spectrum Utilization in Cognitive Radio Networks by

Efficient spectrum utilization is a prominent issue in cognitive radio networks. Owing to this, power allocation policies are proposed which underlay cognitive radio networks together among all prime nodes, secondary nodes, eavesdropper and secondary sender powered by renewable energy that is harvested from primary sender to acquire improved energy efficiency to enhance transmission rate, throughput, and Spectrum Utilization (SU). As a result, there is a need for combination of Dynamic Spectrum Access (DSA) algorithm, Artificial Neuron Network (ANN) algorithm which will make an allotment of obtainable network assets for various elements challenging for their resources. The prime objective of this paper is to intend a route control based multi-path Quality of Service (QoS) and to find substitute paths between Secondary User (SU) source and SU destination fulfilling QoS metrics, specifically providing maximal throughput and minimal delay. In order that primary substitute channels along the paths are used completely to reduce data packets loss by using Network Simulator 2 (NS2) software tool.

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