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This paper presents a method which allows to obtain expressions for the space-time cross correlation (STCC) and the space-frequency cross spectrum (SFCS) between signals at two receiver antennas on a mobile unit (MU) for an arbitrary scattering distribution surrounding the MU
— We use a recently developed expression for the bivariate Rayleigh cumulative distribution function (CDF) to derive a novel analytical formula for the average signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of the correlated dual selection combining (SC) system under slow Rayleigh fading. We relate the average SNR diversity gain to spatial correlation as well as to antenna(More)
With the growing demand for wireless multimedia services and continuing emergence of new multimedia applications, it is necessary for the network to provide various levels of quality of service (QoS) while maximizing the utilization of channel resources. This paper presents an adaptive queuing model and a novel cross-layer packet scheduling algorithm for(More)
– A new expression is given for the average signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of a dual selection-combining receiver where the antenna signals are correlated in a Rayleigh fading multipath environment. This formula is based on a recently developed expression for the bivari-ate Rayleigh cumulative distribution function by associating the correlation parameter of(More)
We derive an infinite series expression of the average signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) gain for a dual selection combining system under Nakagamiln fading using a series representation of the bivariate cumulative probability distribution function. The average S N R gain expression is shown to relate to the Nakagami shape factor m, the power correlation and the(More)
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