Nikolaos I. Miridakis

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Power control is an important research topic for ad-hoc Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs). In today's sophisticated and competitive wireless environment, the control of the energy consumption in a WSN for homecare e-health makes it possible to guarantee basic levels of system performance, such as connectivity, throughput, delay, QoS and survivability in the(More)
—A multiuser dual-hop relaying system over mixed radio frequency/free-space optical (RF/FSO) links is investigated. Specifically, the system consists of m single-antenna sources, a relay node equipped with n ≥ m receive antennas and a single photo-aperture transmitter, and one destination equipped with a single photo-detector. RF links are used for the(More)
—The performance of the V-BLAST approach, which utilizes successive interference cancellation (SIC) with optimal ordering, over independent Nakagami-m fading channels is studied. Systems with two transmit and n receive antennas are employed whereas the potential erroneous decision of SIC is also considered. In particular, tight closed-form bound expressions(More)
Sensor grid deployments integrate wireless sensor networks (WSNs) and Grid Computing (GC) into a merged platform. A middleware architecture is a prerequisite for sensor grids in order to bridge the two heterogeneous technologies and efficiently support aggregated grid services available to a large number of grid users. On the other hand, the energy(More)
A multi-user cognitive (secondary) radio system is considered, where the spatial multiplexing mode of operation is implemented amongst the nodes, under the presence of multiple primary transmissions. The secondary receiver carries out minimum mean-squared error (MMSE) detection to effectively decode the secondary data streams, while it performs spectrum(More)