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- Moe Z. Win, George Chrisikos, Jack H. Winters
- IEEE Communications Letters
- 2000

We derive the symbol error probability for coherent detection of several types of -ary modulation schemes using maximal ratio combining. We consider Nakagami fading channels, where the instantaneous signal-to-noise ratios of the diversity branches are not necessarily independent or identically distributed. The proposed problem is made analytically tractable… (More)

- Moe Z. Win, George Chrisikos, Nelson Sollenberger
- IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications
- 2000

In this paper, we develop an analytical framework to quantify the effects of the spreading bandwidth (BW) on spread spectrum systems operating in dense multipath environments in terms of the receiver performance, the receiver complexity, and the multipath channel parameters. The focus of the paper is to characterize the symbol error probability (SEP)… (More)

- Moe Z. Win, Ranjan K. Mallik, George Chrisikos
- IEEE Trans. Wireless Communications
- 2003

In this letter, we use a virtual-branch technique to derive higher order statistics of the output signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of antenna subset diversity in a multipath fading environment. In particular, closed-form expressions of the cumulants, central moments, skewness, and kurtosis for various antenna subset diversity schemes are derived. These measures… (More)

- Moe Z. Win, George Chrisikos, Nelson Sollenberger
- IEEE Communications Letters
- 2000

AbstmctHybrid selection/maximal-ratio combining (HS/MRC) is a reduced-complexity diversity combining scheme. where L out of N diversity branches (with the largest signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) at each instant) are selected and combined using maximal-ratio combining (MRC). In this paper, we derive closed-form expressions for the symbol error probability (SEP)… (More)

- Moe Z. Win, George Chrisikos, Andreas F. Molisch, Nelson Sollenberger
- GLOBECOM
- 2000

- Moe Z. Win, George Chrisikos, Andreas F. Molisch
- IEEE Trans. Wireless Communications
- 2006

The focus of this paper is to derive the symbol error probability (SEP) of a Rake receiver with a limited number of fingers that track the strongest multipath components in a frequency-selective Rayleigh fading channel. We develop an analytical framework that allows the computation of the SEP for nonuniform power dispersion profiles (PDPs) and spreading… (More)

- Moe Z. Win, Ranjan K. Mallik, George Chrisikos, Jack H. Winters
- GLOBECOM
- 2000

The focus of this paper is to derive the symbol error probability (SEP) of a Rake receiver with a limited number of fingers that track the strongest multipath components in a frequency-selective Rayleigh fading channel. We develop an analytical framework that allows the computation of the SEP for nonuniform power delay profiles (PDPs) and spreading… (More)

- Moe Z. Win, George Chrisikos, Nelson Sollenberger
- WCNC
- 1999