Mohamed A. Elshimy

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In this paper, a geometrical propagation model is developed that generalizes the classical single-scatter model under the assumption of first-order scattering and non-line-of-sight (NLOS) communication. The generalized model considers the case of a noncoplanar geometry, where it overcomes the restriction that the transmitter and the receiver cone axes lie(More)
In this paper, a single-scatter propagation model is developed that expands the classical model by considering a finite receiver-aperture size for non-line-of-sight communication. The expanded model overcomes some of the difficulties with the classical model, most notably, inaccuracies in scenarios with short range and low elevation angle where significant(More)
A non-line-of-sight (NLOS) solar-blind UV link can be modelled as a stochastic photon-limited channel with memory. There are two fundamental observations for the received photons: their instantaneous arrival times and their counts during one channel use. In this letter, we compare achievable information rates for NLOS channels with these observables under(More)
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