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Energy Detection Using Estimated Noise Variance for Spectrum Sensing in Cognitive Radio Networks
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We propose a new analytical model to evaluate the expected probability of false alarm or detection for spectrum sensing based on energy detection. Expand
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Nevanlinna theory of meromorphic functions on annuli
In this survey paper, we discuss the recent development of Nevanlinna theory of meromorphic functions on annuli, which extends results in Nevanlinna theory in the complex plane or in a disk. InExpand
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Performance Analysis of Cooperative Spectrum Sensing in Suzuki Fading Channels
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This paper examines the performance of cooperative spectrum sensing, using energy detection, in Suzuki fading channels. Expand
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On Nevanlinna’s error terms
  • Z. Ye
  • Mathematics
  • 1 November 1991
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On Nevanlinna's second main theorem in projective space
  • Z. Ye
  • Mathematics
  • 1 December 1995
SummaryWe first prove a theorem concerning higher order logarithmic partial derivatives for meromorphic functions of several complex variables. Then we show the best nature of the second main theoremExpand
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An FPGA Based All-Digital Transmitter with Radio Frequency Output for Software Defined Radio
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This paper presents the architecture and implementation of an all-digital transmitter with radio frequency output targeting an FPGA device. Expand
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A NOTE ON GLOBAL WELL-POSEDNESS OF SOLUTIONS TO BOUSSINESQ EQUATIONS WITH FRACTIONAL DISSIPATION
Abstract The goal of this paper is to consider the global well-posedness to n-dimensional (n ≥ 3) Boussinesq equations with fractional dissipation. More precisely, it is proved that there exists aExpand
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Biholomorphisms in Dimension 2
In this paper we consider a classical regularity problem for biholomorphisms between two bounded real-analytic domains. It is proved that such biholomorphisms can be holomorphically extended throughExpand
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Spectrum Sensing Using Cyclostationary Spectrum Density for Cognitive Radios
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Cognitive radios (CR) are proposed to alleviate the spectrum scarcity problems facing wireless service providers. Expand
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