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Title: Statistical Modeling of Local Area Fading Channels Based on Triply Stochastic Filtered Marked Poisson Point Processes
Authors: Daba, Jihad S. 
Affiliations: Department of Electrical Engineering 
Keywords: Cellular communication
Femto- and pico-cells
Stochastically local area fading channel
Triply stochastic filtered marked Poisson point process
Issue Date: 2015
Part of: International journal of electronics and communication engineering
Volume: 9
Issue: 7
Start page: 726
End page: 731
Abstract: 
Fading noise degrades the performance of cellular communication, most notably in femto- and pico-cells in 3G and 4G systems. When the wireless channel consists of a small number of scattering paths, the statistics of fading noise is not analytically tractable and poses a serious challenge to developing closed canonical forms that can be analysed and used in the design of efficient and optimal receivers. In this context, noise is multiplicative and is referred to as stochastically local fading. In many analytical investigation of multiplicative noise, the exponential or Gamma statistics are invoked. More recent advances by the author of this paper utilized a Poisson modulated-weighted generalized Laguerre polynomials with controlling parameters and uncorrelated noise assumptions. In this paper, we investigate the statistics of multidiversity stochastically local area fading channel when the channel consists of randomly distributed Rayleigh and Rician scattering centers with a coherent Nakagami-distributed line of sight component and an underlying doubly stochastic Poisson process driven by a lognormal intensity. These combined statistics form a unifying triply stochastic filtered marked Poisson point process model.
URI: https://scholarhub.balamand.edu.lb/handle/uob/2571
DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1110109
Type: Journal Article
Appears in Collections:Department of Electrical Engineering

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