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Annals of Telecommunications

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21.05.2020

Bit error probability analysis of IR-UWB ED-OOK system using cooperative dual-hop DTF strategy

The Bit Error Rate (BER) of a single user cooperative Impulse Radio (IR)-Ultrawideband (UWB) communication system employing Energy Detector (ED) receiver with On-Off Keying (OOK) in IEEE 802.15.4a UWB multipath environment is investigated in this …

14.05.2020

A blind separation algorithm for heterogeneous mixed signals

Aiming at the problem that the existing algorithms can only achieve single-channel blind separation (SCBS) for signals with co-frequency and co-modulated, the gravitational field resampling particle filter (GFR-PF) algorithm was proposed. The …

18.03.2020

Capacity analysis of maximal ratio combining over Beaulieu-Xie fading

The present paper analyzes an L-branch maximal ratio combining (MRC) receiver over the Beaulieu-Xie (BX) fading channel. The expression of the probability density function (PDF) of the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) of an MRC receiver in BX fading is …

10.03.2020

Moments of the quadrivariate Rayleigh distribution with applications for diversity receivers

Wireless channels exhibit time, frequency, and spatial correlation. Models in literature that study four-branch diversity receivers make assumptions such as independence, constant correlation, exponential correlation, or some other kind between …

05.03.2020

Performance analysis of secondary users under heterogeneous licensed spectrum environment in cognitive radio ad hoc networks

Cognitive radio (CR) is a hopeful technology to sort out spectrum scarcity and underutilization problem in ad hoc networks. With the help of cognitive radio technology, unlicensed users can efficiently utilize the unused part of heterogeneous …

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This international journal publishes original peer-reviewed papers in the field of telecommunications. It covers all the essential branches of modern telecommunications, ranging from digital communications to communication networks and the internet, to software, protocols and services, uses and economics. This large spectrum of topics accounts for the rapid convergence through telecommunications of the underlying technologies in computers, communications, content management towards the emergence of the information and knowledge society.

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