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In this paper, we theoretically analyze the outage probability of decode-and-forward (DF) relaying system allowing intra-link errors (DF-IE), where the relay always forwards the decoder output to the destination regardless of whether errors are detected after decoding in the information part or not. The results apply to practical fading scenarios where all(More)
Hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) has recently emerged as an excellent substrate for graphene nanodevices, owing to its atomically flat surface and its potential to engineer graphene's electronic structure. Thus far, graphene/h-BN heterostructures have been obtained only through a transfer process, which introduces structural uncertainties due to the random(More)
The capacity of a multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) channel with N transmit and receive antennas for highspeed railways (HSRs) is analyzed based on the 3-D modeling of the line of sight (LOS). The MIMO system utilizes a uniform linear antenna array. Instead of increasing the number of antennas or simply changing the parameters of the antenna array, such(More)
Cloud-processing techniques in wireless network are emerging in recent years. Due to the resource energy restriction, power optimization schemes are demanded for designing future transmission strategies. However, it is not realistic to consider the techniques of the whole cloud network having massive amount of nodes. Instead, it is quite reasonable that we(More)
We report a scalable growth of monolayer MoS2 films on SiO2 substrates by chemical vapor deposition. As-grown polycrystalline MoS2 films are continuous over the entire substrate surface with a tunable grain size from ∼20 nm up to ∼1 μm. An obvious blue-shift (up to 80 meV) of photoluminescence peaks was observed from a series samples with different grain(More)
In conventional decode-and-forward (DF) one-way relay systems, a data block received at the relay node is discarded, if the information part is found to have errors after decoding. Such errors are referred to as intra-link errors in this article. However, in a setup where the relay forwards data blocks despite possible intra-link errors, the two data(More)
Defect engineering in graphene is important for tailoring graphene's properties thus applicable in various applications such as porous membranes and ultra-capacitors. In this paper, we report a general route towards defect- and pore- engineering in graphene through remote plasma treatments. Oxygen plasma irradiation was employed to create homogenous defects(More)
Recently a new method, SEnsing of Phage-Triggered Ion Cascade (SEPTIC) was proposed for the rapid detection and identification of bacteria via the electrical field caused by the stochastic emission of ions during phage infection. In this Letter, we present linear network theoretical considerations about the detection limits of the method. The considerations(More)
We theoretically obtain the phase diagram of localized magnetic impurity spins arranged in a one-dimensional chain on top of a oneor two-dimensional electron gas. The interactions between the spins are mediated by the Ruderman-Kittel-Kasuya-Yosida (RKKY) mechanism through the electron gas. Recent work predicts that such a system may intrinsically support(More)
A goal of this paper is to theoretically derive the outage probability of the correlated source transmission in block Rayleigh fading channels. The correlation between the two information sources is assumed to be expressed by the bit flipping model, where the information bits transmitted from the second transmitter are the flipped version of the information(More)