Anindita Saha

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Bombay blood group is a rare blood group in which there is the absence of H antigen and presence of anti-H antibodies. At the time of blood grouping, this blood group mimics O blood group due to the absence of H antigen, but it shows incompatibility with O group blood during cross matching. Serum grouping or reverse grouping are essential for confirmation(More)
The wireless communications channel is commonly modelled as imposing a Rayleigh distributed envelope onto any incumbent signals. Antenna arrays have long been recog-nised as enabling exploitation of signal spatial diversity in such an environment based upon the assumption of uncor-related signals at the different antennas. However, it is precisely the(More)
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