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Nikos C. Sagias
Nikos C. Sagias
Professor, Department of Informatics & Telecomunications, University of Peloponnese
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On the performance analysis of digital communications over generalized-K fading channels
PS Bithas, NC Sagias, PT Mathiopoulos, GK Karagiannidis, ...
IEEE Communications Letters 10 (5), 353-355, 2006
4112006
Nakagami: A Novel Stochastic Model for Cascaded Fading Channels
GK Karagiannidis, NC Sagias, PT Mathiopoulos
IEEE Transactions on Communications 55 (8), 1453-1458, 2007
3482007
Gaussian class multivariate Weibull distributions: theory and applications in fading channels
NC Sagias, GK Karagiannidis
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 51 (10), 3608-3619, 2005
2962005
Closed-form statistics for the sum of squared Nakagami-m variates and its applications
GK Karagiannidis, NC Sagias, TA Tsiftsis
IEEE Transactions on Communications 54 (8), 1353-1359, 2006
2112006
Multihop free-space optical communications over strong turbulence channels
TA Tsiftsis, HG Sandalidis, GK Karagiannidis, NC Sagias
2006 IEEE international conference on communications 6, 2755-2759, 2006
1862006
Channel capacity and second-order statistics in Weibull fading
NC Sagias, DA Zogas, GK Karagiannidis, GS Tombras
IEEE Communications Letters 8 (6), 377-379, 2004
1812004
Serial free-space optical relaying communications over gamma-gamma atmospheric turbulence channels
CK Datsikas, KP Peppas, NC Sagias, GS Tombras
Journal of Optical Communications and Networking 2 (8), 576-586, 2010
1662010
Performance analysis of dual selection diversity in correlated Weibull fading channels
NC Sagias, GK Karagiannidis, DA Zogas, PT Mathiopoulos, GS Tombras
IEEE Transactions on Communications 52 (7), 1063-1067, 2004
1492004
New results for the Shannon channel capacity in generalized fading channels
NC Sagias, GS Tombras, GK Karagiannidis
IEEE Communications Letters 9 (2), 97-99, 2005
1192005
Outage Analysis of Decode-and-Forward Relaying Over Nakagami-Fading Channels
CK Datsikas, NC Sagias, FI Lazarakis, GS Tombras
IEEE Signal Processing Letters 15, 41-44, 2008
1052008
Selection diversity receivers over nonidentical Weibull fading channels
NC Sagias, DA Zogas, GK Karagiannidis
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 54 (6), 2146-2151, 2005
1042005
Equal-gain and maximal-ratio combining over nonidentical Weibull fading channels
GK Karagiannidis, DA Zogas, NC Sagias, SA Kotsopoulos, GS Tombras
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 4 (3), 841-846, 2005
962005
On the performance analysis of equal-gain diversity receivers over generalized Gamma fading channels
NC Sagias, GK Karagiannidis, PT Mathiopoulos, TA Tsiftsis
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 5 (10), 2967-2975, 2006
852006
On the cascaded Weibull fading channel model
NC Sagias, GS Tombras
Journal of the Franklin Institute 344 (1), 1-11, 2007
792007
Performance analysis of switched diversity receivers in Weibull fading
NC Sagias, DA Zogas, GK Karagiannidis, GS Tombras
Electronics Letters 39 (20), 1, 2003
662003
Selection diversity receivers in Weibull fading: outage probability and average signal-to-noise ratio
NC Sagias, PT Mathiopoulos, GS Tombras
Electronics Letters 39 (25), 1, 2003
572003
New results for the multivariate Nakagami-𝓂 fading model with arbitrary correlation matrix and applications
GC Alexandropoulos, NC Sagias, FI Lazarakis, K Berberidis
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 8 (1), 245-255, 2009
562009
Performance analysis of a class of GSC receivers over nonidentical Weibull fading channels
PS Bithas, GK Karagiannidis, NC Sagias, PT Mathiopoulos, ...
IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology 54 (6), 1963-1970, 2005
522005
Switched diversity receivers over generalized gamma fading channels
NC Sagias, T Mathiopoulos
IEEE Communications Letters 9 (10), 871-873, 2005
522005
The bivariate generalized-Κ (ΚG) distribution and its application to diversity receivers
PS Bithas, NC Sagias, PT Mathiopoulos
IEEE Transactions on Communications 57 (9), 2655-2662, 2009
482009
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