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On node density - outage probability tradeoff in wireless networks
A statistical model of interference in wireless networks is considered, which is based on the traditional propagation channel model and a Poisson model of random spatial distribution of nodes in 1-D, 2-D and 3-D spaces with both uniform and non-uniform densities, resulting in formulation of a tradeoff relationship between the network density and the outage probability. Expand
Automated double-frequency testing technique for mapping receive interference responses
The main advantages of DPTS are gained by using the principles of raster-like changing of test signals frequencies combined with visualization of test results as two-dimensional raster images of the receiver-under-test double-frequency diagrams. Expand
Estimation of Electromagnetic Background Intensity Created by Wireless Systems in Terms of the Prediction of Area Traffic Capacity
  • V. Mordachev
  • Computer Science
  • International Symposium on Electromagnetic…
  • 1 September 2019
A novel technique based on prediction of the total area traffic capacity processed by these systems, for estimating the average electromagnetic loading on considered area, which, in turn, is used for worst-case estimation of the electromagnetic background intensity near the ground surface. Expand
Automated double frequency test system
  • V. Mordachev
  • Engineering
  • Proceedings of the International Conference on…
  • 3 December 1997
This paper presents the basic principles of a method for the double frequency testing of receivers. This method makes possible the automated control of the characteristics and parameters of theExpand
On node density - outage probability tradeoff in wireless networks
  • V. Mordachev, S. Loyka
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE International Symposium on Information…
  • 1 September 2009
The analysis culminates in formulation of an explicit tradeoff relationship between the network density and the outage probability, which is a result of the interplay between random geometry of node locations, the propagation path loss and the distortion effects at the victim receiver. Expand
Nanoscale Electromagnetic Compatibility: Quantum Coupling and Matching in Nanocircuits
The paper investigates two typical electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) problems, namely, coupling and matching in nanoscale circuits composed of nano-interconnects and quantum devices in entangledExpand
Electromagnetic compatibility concepts at nanoscale
We present a new concept of nano electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) for nanoelectronics, based on the synthesis of the classical electrodynamics and quantum transport theory in nanostructures. WeExpand
Mathematical models for radio signals dynamic range prediction in space-scattered mobile radiocommunication networks
  • V. Mordachev
  • Computer Science
  • Vehicular Technology Conference Fall . IEEE VTS…
  • 24 September 2000
The author presents mathematical models and techniques for evaluating probability of strong input signals during reception in space-scattered radio communication networks, particularly high-capacityExpand
The paper presents an overview of the current state of the art in a system-level electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) analysis technology called the discrete nonlinear analysis (DNA) and implementedExpand
Identification of nonlinear interference sources with the use of the discrete technique
  • S. Loyka, V. Mordachev
  • Computer Science
  • IEEE EMC Symposium. International Symposium on…
  • 24 August 1998
This paper deals with a dichotomous method for the computer-aided search of nonlinear interference sources in complex electromagnetic environments and the relation between identification and optimization problems is outlined. Expand