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Analytical Performance Analysis of the M2M Wireless Link with an Antenna Selection System Over Interference Limited Dissimilar Composite Fading Environments

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International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computer Science
Big Data and Artificial Intelligence for Cooperative Vehicle-Infrastructure Systems (Special section, pp. 523-599), Baozhen Yao, Shuaian (Hans) Wang and Sobhan (Sean) Asian (Eds.)


This paper considers direct mobile-to-mobile (M2M) communications with a dual antenna selection (AS) system at a destination mobile node (DMN) in interference limited, dissimilar composite fading environments. In particular, we model dissimilar interference limited signals at the inputs of the dual branch AS system as (i) the ratio of two Nakagami-m (N) random variables (RVs) at the first branch and (ii) the ratio of two Rice RVs at the second branch, in order to account for non line-of-sight (NLOS) and line-of-sight (LOS) communications, respectively. Moreover, we assume variable powers of the desired as well as interference signals at the output of the DMN in order to account for the impact of shadowing. For the proposed model, we derive probability density functions, cumulative distribution functions, outage probabilities and average level crossing rates. The derived statistical results are evaluated for all the statistical measures considered and are graphically presented in order to provide insight into the impact of composite fading severities and LOS factors for the desired signal, as well as for the interference, on the system performances.

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Mathematics, Applied Mathematics