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- Rupaban Subadar, P. R. Sahu
- IEEE Trans. Wireless Communications
- 2011

- Rupaban Subadar, A. Dinamani Singh
- IEEE Wireless Commun. Letters
- 2013

- T. Siva Bhaskar Reddy, Rupaban Subadar, P. R. Sahu
- IEEE Communications Letters
- 2010

- Rupaban Subadar, P. R. Sahu
- IEEE Communications Letters
- 2009

- Rupaban Subadar, P. R. Sahu
- IEEE Trans. Communications
- 2011

Performance of a maximal ratio combining receiver has been analyzed in independent Hoyt fading channels for an arbitrary number (L) of branches. Mathematical expressions for the probability density function of the combiner output signalto-noise ratio, amount of fading, outage probability and the average bit error rate performance for binary, coherent and… (More)

Closed-form expressions for the channel capacity of an L-branch equal gain combining diversity receiver over Hoyt (Nakagami-q) fading channels is derived for adaptive transmission schemes. To obtain capacity expressions, probability density function of the combiner out put signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) is used. The capacity expressions are given in terms of… (More)

This paper investigates the capacity of an MIMO system over Two Wave Diffuse Power [TWDP] fading channels using well known water filling algorithm. The use of antenna arrays at transmitter and receiver sides of the wireless communication link (MIMO systems) can increase the channel capacity than the traditional single input single output [SISO] systems… (More)

- Aheibam Dinamani Singh, Rupaban Subadar
- 2015 International Conference on Advances in…
- 2015

Performance expressions of Dual maximal ratio combining (MRC) receiver are derived for the receiver over non-identical two wave diffused power (TWDP) fading channels are derived. The probability density function (PDF) of the receiver output signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) is derived using characteristics function of the output SNR expression. The derived PDF… (More)