Optimisation Of Energy-Efficiency In A Uav-Based Fl Network Cognitive Radio System


  • Pravin M
  • T. V. P. Sundararajan
  • S. M. Ramesh


Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) equipped with sensing and data transmitting capabilities are becoming more and more widespread in a number of applications due to their mobility and miniaturization. This research investigates a modest federated learning (FL) network based on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), whereby the UAV serves as a substitute user (SU) . To improve the UAV's performance, this research suggests an effective energy management strategy. Spectrum sensing is required when SUs opportunistically use the primary network's licensed spectrum to decide whether to transmit data or not, hence it is important to optimize both simultaneously the secondary transmission power along with the length of sensing. To examine the impact of gearbox power with sensing time on the functioning of the system, researchers characterise this non-convex optimisation issue as the to certain restrictions. Since the problem is hard to solve, we suggest an algorithm that uses the Optimised Alternating Dichotomy Optimisation (OADO) algorithm's techniques. For UAV systems, the suggests the energy-efficient, low-latency, and trustworthy Enhanced Tiny FL Network (ETFNET) technology. To confirm the suggested technique's effectiveness, we also contrast it using the process known as particle swarm optimisation . According to numerical data, our suggested algorithm works better than the PSO algorithm and greatly increases the UAV-based FL system's energy efficiency.


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M, P. ., Sundararajan, T. V. P. ., & Ramesh, S. M. . (2024). Optimisation Of Energy-Efficiency In A Uav-Based Fl Network Cognitive Radio System. Migration Letters, 21(S7), 717–724. Retrieved from https://migrationletters.com/index.php/ml/article/view/8802