Vladimir Mordachev

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A statistical model of interference in wireless networks is considered, which is based on the traditional propagation channel model, a Poisson model of random spatial distribution of the nodes in 1-D, 2-D and 3-D spaces (with both uniform and non-uniform densities), and a threshold-based model of the receiver performance. The power of the dominant(More)
This paper deals with a dichotomous method for the computer-aided search of nonlinear interference sources in complex electromagnetic environment. Compared to the one-signal method, the dichotomous method allows one to carry out a much more faster search (by factor of tens or more). An example of the search process and an estimation of the number of the(More)
Statistical properties of electromagnetic environment in wireless networks affecting its performance and safety are studied. A statistical method to evaluate risks to the general public due to electromagnetic radiation in wireless networks as well as their performance is proposed. The analysis is based on the standard propagation channel model, a Poisson(More)
Statistical properties of electromagnetic environment in wireless networks affecting its intra-network electromagnetic compatibility and safety are studied. The analysis is based on the standard propagation channel model, a Poisson model of random spatial distribution of transmitters, and a threshold-based model of the victim receptor behaviour (radio(More)
The novel “worst-case” mathematical models of electromagnetic background, created by base stations of cellular communications and ground radio transmitters of other services is offered. This model allow to estimate the background total intensity directly on the basis of calculation of the total electromagnetic loading on territory as the total(More)
A novel statistical model of interference in wireless networks is proposed. The model is based on the traditional propagation channel model, which includes the average path loss as well as the large-scale and small-scale fading. In addition to these two traditional types of fading, a new concept of network-scale fading is introduced, which is due to a(More)
Outage probability in wireless networks with random Poisson location of the nodes is studied, including the effects of a broad class of fading processes and of various types of interference cancelation. For all scenarios considered, the total (aggregate) interference power is shown to be dominated by that of the nearest interferer (at the low outage(More)
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