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- Aydin Behnad, Amir Masoud Rabiei, Norman C. Beaulieu, Hamideh Hajizadeh
- IEEE Communications Letters
- 2013

The performance of dual-hop opportunistic relaying with randomly distributed decode-and-forward relays is investigated. The relays are assumed to be distributed according to a two-dimensional homogeneous Poisson point process, in contrast to most of the existing literature where the locations of relays are assumed to be known and deterministic. An exact… (More)

- Aydin Behnad, Amir Masoud Rabiei, Norman C. Beaulieu
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 2013

- Amir Masoud Rabiei, Norman C. Beaulieu
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 2011

- Amir Masoud Rabiei, Norman C. Beaulieu
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 2007

- Saeed Gazor, Amir Masoud Rabiei, Subbarayan Pasupathy
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 2002

- Norman C. Beaulieu, Amir Masoud Rabiei
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 2011

- Vahid Naghshin, Amir Masoud Rabiei, Norman C. Beaulieu, Behrouz Maham
- IEEE Communications Letters
- 2014

Wireless networks with a finite number of nodes uniformly distributed in a finite region are considered. A closedform expression for the distribution of the power of a single interferer incident on a receiving node in the network is derived. The node is assumed to be placed at an arbitrary location in the network in contrast to most of the existing… (More)

- Amir Masoud Rabiei, Norman C. Beaulieu
- ICC
- 2005

- Amir Masoud Rabiei, Norman C. Beaulieu
- IEEE Communications Letters
- 2005

An exact expression for the outage probability of opportunistic relaying in a dual-hop amplify-and-forward relay network is derived for general fading environments and the case where the source and destination nodes make use of directional antennas. The relaying nodes are assumed to be distributed according to a homogeneous two-dimensional Poisson point… (More)