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A comparison of SNR estimation techniques for the AWGN channel
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The performances of several signal-to noise ratio (SNR) estimation techniques reported in the literature are compared to identify the "best" estimator. Expand
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Autoregressive modeling for fading channel simulation
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Autoregressive stochastic models for the computer simulation of correlated Rayleigh fading processes are investigated. Expand
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Reduced ICI in OFDM systems using the "better than" raised-cosine pulse
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A recently found "better than" raised-cosine pulse is employed in pulse-shaping orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing to reduce the inter-carrier interference due to frequency offset. Expand
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The generation of correlated Rayleigh random variates by inverse discrete Fourier transform
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This paper presents an analysis of the statistical properties of methods based on the inverse discrete Fourier transform (IDFT). Expand
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A "better than" Nyquist pulse
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A novel ISI-free pulse is presented that has smaller maximum distortion, a more open receiver eye, and a smaller probability of error in the presence of symbol timing error than the Nyquist pulse for the same excess bandwidth. Expand
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On first-order Markov modeling for the Rayleigh fading channel
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First-order Markov chains are not suitable for very slowly fading flat-fading channels, but can be suitable for short duration of time applications. Expand
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An optimal lognormal approximation to lognormal sum distributions
  • N. Beaulieu, Q. Xie
  • Mathematics, Computer Science
  • IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology
  • 22 March 2004
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A new paradigm for approximating the distributions of lognormal sums was given in this paper; it is simple and, in some sense, optimal. Expand
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Accurate evaluation of multiple-access performance in TH-PPM and TH-BPSK UWB systems
  • B. Hu, N. Beaulieu
  • Computer Science, Mathematics
  • IEEE Transactions on Communications
  • 1 November 2004
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A characteristic function method is proposed for precisely calculating the bit-error probability of time-hopping (TH) ultra-wideband (UWB) systems with multiple-access interference in an additive white Gaussian noise environment. Expand
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Outage probabilities in the presence of correlated lognormal interferers
Several approaches that can be used to compute the distribution of a sum of correlated lognormal random variables (RVs) are investigated. Specifically, Wilkinson's approach (Schwartz and Yeh, 1982),Expand
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Resource Allocation in Spectrum-Sharing OFDMA Femtocells With Heterogeneous Services
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Femtocells are being considered a promising technique to improve the capacity and coverage for indoor wireless users. Expand
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