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Cyclostationary Channel Power Measurements for CBRS Coexistence Assessment



Dan Kuester, Anthony Romaniello, PETER MATHYS


We present a compressive approach for channel power measurements in coexistence scenarios involving heterogeneous cyclostationary channel usage and an example application in the Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) band. The method leverages known cycle periods of anticipated signals, such as time-division duplex cellular, WiMAX™, and pulsed radar, to analyze channel power within a cyclic analysis period. The high degree of data reduction and low degree of computational complexity makes this method suitable for edge computing and long-term spectrum monitoring applications. The results of applying this technique to data recorded in the CBRS band demonstrate its effectiveness in distinguishing signal types, enabling coexistence assessment and supporting data-driven management of spectrum sharing frameworks.
Conference Dates
January 9-13, 2024
Conference Location
Boulder, CO, US
Conference Title
National Radio Science Meeting (NRSM)


spectrum sensing, spectrum monitoring, CBRS, cyclostationary signal processing, wireless coexistence


Kuester, D. , Romaniello, A. and MATHYS, P. (2024), Cyclostationary Channel Power Measurements for CBRS Coexistence Assessment, National Radio Science Meeting (NRSM), Boulder, CO, US, [online], (Accessed May 26, 2024)


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Created March 31, 2024, Updated April 8, 2024