HOVER OVER a bubble to see details with links to studies. CLICK ON a link in the axes to see more information of a specific study and a link to redirect you to the specific study.

Improving Rural Emergency Services with Cognitive Radio Networks in Sub-Saharan Africa

Type of Resource:
Conference paper

Year of Publication:

- Solutions or Strategies
- Trends

- Internet Access, Affordability And Use

Author(s): Dramane Ouattara, Francine Krief, Mohamed Aymen Chalouf, and Tegawendé F. Bissyandé

Trends: Current network coverage is concentrated around the cities with high density of population. Solutions: Through the deployment of Cognitive Radio, emergency services in rural areas will benefit from low cost access networks. Cognitive Radio will be used to manage the selection/switching across different frequency UHF/VHF bands or TV White Spaces.


Region of Study:

Country of Study:

Study Quality