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This paper addresses non-Gaussian statistical modeling of interference as a superposition of a large number of small effects from terminals/scatterers distributed in the plane/volume according to a Poisson point process. This problem is relevant to multiple access communication systems without power control and radar. Assuming that the signal strength is(More)
In this paper, we consider the performance of frequency-hopping spread spectrum (FH SS) radio networks in a Poisson field of interfering terminals using the same modulation and power. The problem is relevant to wireless random-access communication systems where little information about transmitters requires stochastic modeling of their positions. Assuming(More)
This paper elaborates on the development of a wireless network testbed to measure the received signal strength indicator (RSSI) in different environments, as the first step for the application of fingerprinting-type localization algorithms of wireless LAN devices. Specifically, in the localization algorithm to the closest previously mapped sets of(More)
This paper presents a data traffic model capable of describing the long-range as well as short-range dependence structure of packet data traffic. Specifically, we use the fractionally integrated autoregressive-moving average (FARIMA) process with non-Gaussian white driving sequence to describe packet arrival rate in a unit time. We introduce a procedure to(More)
A texture model for synthetic aperture radar (SAR) images is presented. Specifically, a sea surface in satellite images is modeled using the two-dimensional (2-D) fractionally integrated autoregressive-moving average (FARIMA) process with a non-Gaussian white driving sequence. The FARIMA process is an ARMA type model which is asymptotically self-similar. It(More)