Fernando A. Ramos

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− The Fade Duration Distribution (FDD) of randomly varying wireless channels has been a research topic for more than forty years. However, for non-Gaussian channels the FDD is up to now an unsolved problem and closed form general solutions are still unknown. In this paper we use an orthogonal series expansion to analyze the FDD for the rather general case(More)
Absfracl-The Suzuki model [l] is traditionally applied to characterize the fast fading-slow fading (Rayleigh-Lognormal) phenomena. Extensions to this model are available in the literature, namely the extended [2] and the generalized [3,4] Suzuki model. In wireless channels the level crossing statistics, level crossing rate (LCR), average fade duration (AFD)(More)
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