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    1. Smith, PJ
      Underestimation of rare event probabilities in importance sampling simulations

      SIMULATION
    2. Fischer, RFH; Lampe, LHJ; Muller-Weinfurtner, SH
      Coded modulation for noncoherent reception with application to OFDM

      IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON VEHICULAR TECHNOLOGY
    3. Frigon, JF; Daneshrad, B; Putnam, J; Berg, E; Kim, R; Sun, T; Samueli, H
      Field trial results for high-speed wireless indoor data communications

      IEEE JOURNAL ON SELECTED AREAS IN COMMUNICATIONS
    4. Eggen, TH; Baggeroer, AB; Preisig, JC
      Communication over Doppler spread channels - Part I: Channel and receiver presentation

      IEEE JOURNAL OF OCEANIC ENGINEERING
    5. Markov, Z
      Simple calculation of mean CCSNo7 link changeover time

      AEU-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS
    6. Markov, Z; Trenkic, B; Mitic, D
      Exact calculation of a digital 64kb/s channel availability

      AEU-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS
    7. MARKOV Z; TRENKIC B; DJAKOVIC K
      ANALYSIS OF SIGNALING LOAD SHARING IN FULLY AVAILABLE CCS NO. 7 LINK SET USED IN TELEPHONE NETWORK

      AEU-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS
    8. TRENKIC B; MARKOV Z
      INCREASE OF SUSTAINABLE BER VALUE FOR CCS NO 7 LINK OPERATION

      AEU-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS
    9. PATRA SK; MULGREW B
      EFFICIENT ARCHITECTURE FOR BAYESIAN EQUALIZATION USING FUZZY FILTERS

      IEEE transactions on circuits and systems. 2, Analog and digital signal processing
    10. BENLETAIEF K; MUHAMMAD K; SADOWSKY JS
      FAST SIMULATION OF DS CDMA WITH AND WITHOUT CODING IN MULTIPATH-FADING CHANNELS/

      IEEE journal on selected areas in communications
    11. WILLIAMS LV; ESWARAN C
      ECHO CANCELLATION SCHEME FOR HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINES

      Electronics Letters
    12. LIU F; WANG XM
      WAVELET-BASED DECISION-FEEDBACK EQUALIZER

      Electronics Letters
    13. TRENKIC B; MARKOV Z
      EXACT CALCULATION OF MEAN CCSNO7 LINK ALIGNMENT TIME

      Electronics Letters
    14. READER DJ; COWLEY WG
      METHOD FOR PREVENTING DELAY AMBIGUITY

      Electronics Letters
    15. OH SK; STAPLETON SP
      BLIND PHASE RECOVERY USING FINITE ALPHABET PROPERTIES IN DIGITAL-COMMUNICATIONS

      Electronics Letters
    16. SHIN DK; PARK JH; LEE HJ
      CUTOFF RATE OF 16-DAPSK OVER A RAYLEIGH FADING CHANNEL

      Electronics Letters
    17. SCHORMANS JA; PITTS JM
      SOLUTION FOR M G 1 QUEUES

      Electronics Letters
    18. MAZZENGA F
      BLIND IDENTIFIABILITY OF A CHANNEL TRANSFER-FUNCTION FROM THE CORRELATION AND CONJUGATE CORRELATION-FUNCTIONS OF A FRACTIONALLY SAMPLED SIGNAL

      Electronics Letters
    19. WHITE DW
      COUPLED-MICROSTRIP BANDPASS SINC FILTERS FOR BROAD-BAND COMMUNICATIONS-SYSTEMS

      Electronics Letters
    20. QUINTANA JM; AVEDILLO MJ; RUEDA A
      LOW-COST BSA TECHNIQUE FOR THRESHOLD-LOGIC GATE BASED MULTIPLIER IMPLEMENTATIONS

      Electronics Letters
    21. DEANE JHB; JOHNSTONE GG; LEDFORD AW; UNDERHILL MJ
      EXTREME-VALUE THEORY APPLIED TO MULTICHANNEL COMMUNICATION-SYSTEMS

      Electronics Letters
    22. MARKOV Z; TRENKIC B
      NEW METHOD FOR MINIMIZING THE DOUBLE SEIZURES IN TELEPHONE NETWORKS USING CCS NO 7

      Electronics Letters
    23. GRIFFITHS JM; CUTHBERT LG
      VERY SELECTIVE ATM STATISTICAL FILTER

      Electronics Letters
    24. LIND LF
      COMPLEX COEFFICIENT DATA-TRANSMISSION FILTERS

      Electronics Letters
    25. WU JS; KUO FJ
      CDV TOLERANCE FOR MAPPING CELLS BETWEEN ATM AND PHYSICAL LAYERS

      Electronics Letters
    26. JUNG H; TONGUZ OK
      COMPARISON OF FIBER AND COAXIAL LINK FOR ACCESS NETWORK IN MICROCELLULAR PCS

      Electronics Letters
    27. BANK M; GAVAN J
      PRACTICAL REALIZATION OF A RAISED-COSINE FILTER

      Electronics Letters
    28. OKTUG SF; CAGLAYAN MU
      PARAMETER THRESHOLD IN TYPE-II TRAFFIC FOR BANYAN NETWORKS

      Electronics Letters
    29. PRASAD KV; BASU SG; RAO MS
      PERFORMANCE OF DELAY-LOCK LOOP IN MULTIPLE PSEUDO-NOISE SIGNALS

      Electronics Letters
    30. AISLAM T; EDWARDS JA
      SECURE COMMUNICATIONS USING CHAOTIC DIGITAL ENCODING

      Electronics Letters
    31. VANWYK DJ; LINDE LP
      HYBRID BLOCK-CONVOLUTIONAL RATE-1 2 CODING STRATEGY FOR CONSTANT ENVELOPE (CE)Q(2)PSK/

      Electronics Letters
    32. ALSEMARI SA; GUIZANI M
      CAPACITY OF SLOTTED ALOHA IN GENERALIZED FADING ENVIRONMENTS

      Electronics Letters
    33. WULICH D
      PEAK FACTOR IN ORTHOGONAL MULTICARRIER MODULATION WITH VARIABLE LEVELS

      Electronics Letters
    34. QI RG; COAKLEY FP; EVANS BG
      PRACTICAL CONSIDERATION FOR BANDPASS SAMPLING

      Electronics Letters
    35. TOH BE; MCLERNON DC; LAKKIS I
      ENHANCING THE SUPER EXPONENTIAL METHOD OF BLIND EQUALIZATION WITH THEFAST RLS KALMAN ALGORITHM

      Electronics Letters
    36. LIND LF; MUFTI NA
      EFFICIENT METHOD FOR MODELING IMPULSE NOISE IN A COMMUNICATION-SYSTEM

      Electronics Letters
    37. BIN L; HO P
      DATA-AIDED PHASE TRACKING DETECTION OF DOPPLER-SHIFTED MPSK

      Electronics Letters
    38. HOUGHTON AW; ABURGHEFF MNA
      SPECTRALLY EFFICIENT MSK SCHEME FOR SCPC COMMUNICATION-SYSTEMS

      Electronics Letters
    39. STEVENS RD; DILWORTH IJ
      MOBILE RADIO SHADOWING LOSS VARIABILITY AND COCHANNNEL SIGNAL CORRELATION AT 452MHZ

      Electronics Letters
    40. SOLMS F; VANROOYEN PGW; KUNICKI JS
      MAXIMUM-ENTROPY AND MINIMUM RELATIVE ENTROPY IN PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF DIGITAL-COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

      IEE proceedings. Communications
    41. SMITH PJ; SHAFI M; KAISER CP
      OPTICAL HETERODYNE BINARY-DPSK SYSTEMS - A REVIEW OF ANALYSIS AND PERFORMANCE

      IEEE journal on selected areas in communications
    42. FISCHER R
      USING FLEXIBLE PRECEDING FOR CHANNELS WITH SPECTRAL NULLS

      Electronics Letters
    43. BENEDETTO S; DIVSALAR D; MONTORSI G; POLLARA F
      BANDWIDTH EFFICIENT PARALLEL CONCATENATED CODING SCHEMES

      Electronics Letters
    44. VANWYK DJ; LINDE LP
      MULTIDIMENSIONAL FRAME SYNCHRONIZATION STRATEGY FOR 4D-Q(2)PSK

      Electronics Letters
    45. SHANG C; HOLT MJJ; COWAN CFN
      LOG-LIKELIHOOD ADAPTIVE ALGORITHM IN SINGLE-LAYER PERCEPTRON BASED CHANNEL EQUALIZATION

      Electronics Letters
    46. RHA PS
      APPROXIMATION OF ENVELOPE STATISTICS WITH NAKAGAMI DISTRIBUTION FOR OUTPUT OF NONCOHERENT DIVERSITY COMBINERS

      Electronics Letters
    47. RODRIGUEZ DM; HERRERA RA; TAWFIK H
      OUTAGE ANALYSIS IN GENERAL RICIAN-NAKAGAMI ENVIRONMENTS WITH DTX

      Electronics Letters
    48. NORAS JM
      CIPHERING HARDWARE FOR HIGH-SPEED DIGITAL NETWORKS - A REDOC-III IMPLEMENTATION

      Electronics Letters
    49. SALEH M; ATIQUZZAMAN M
      BUFFER OCCUPANCY IN ATM SWITCHES WITH SINGLE HOT-SPOT

      Electronics Letters
    50. HORNSBY JS; WATKINS LR; ZHOU YR
      EXACT EXPRESSION FOR PRABHU UPPER BOUND FOR DIGITAL-COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS WITH NOISE AND INTERFERENCE

      Electronics Letters
    51. FELLEGARA A; BOTTACCHI S
      ANALYSIS OF POWER BUDGET PERFORMANCES OF DIGITAL TRANSMISSION-SYSTEMSWITH AN OPTICAL AMPLIFIER

      Electronics Letters
    52. MA J; RAHKO K
      CELL LOSS ANALYSIS OF 2-CLASS PRIORITY GENERALIZED KNOCKOUT SWITCH

      Electronics Letters
    53. NG WH
      SURVIVABLE COMMUNICATIONS USING ERROR-CORRECTION AND SIGNAL EDITING

      Electronics Letters
    54. BIAN Y; POPPLEWELL A; OREILLY JJ
      NOVEL SIMULATION TECHNIQUE FOR ASSESSING CODING SYSTEM PERFORMANCE

      Electronics Letters
    55. KLEIN A
      MODULATION SCHEMES FOR SIMULTANEOUS TRANSMISSION OF DATA STREAMS OF DIFFERENT BIT RATES

      Electronics Letters
    56. MAK SK; AGHVAMI AH
      DETECTION OF TCM SIGNALS ON SEVERELY DISTORTED CHANNELS USING SURVIVAL PATH FEEDBACK EQUALIZER

      Electronics Letters
    57. WU LB; WU BX
      SELF-OPERATING ADAPTIVE MLSE FOR DIGITAL MOBILE RADIO

      Electronics Letters
    58. PACH AR; PALAZZO S; PANNO D
      OVERLOAD PERFORMANCE OF DQDB NETWORKS IN PRESENCE OF ERASURE NODES AND BWB MECHANISM

      Electronics Letters
    59. SINCLAIR MC
      IMPROVED MODEL FOR EUROPEAN INTERNATIONAL TELEPHONY TRAFFIC

      Electronics Letters
    60. PARK JH; LEE CW
      ASYMMETRIC 8-PSK MODULATION WITH EMBEDDED BPSK

      Electronics Letters
    61. HORSTER P; MICHELS M; PETERSEN H
      AUTHENTICATED ENCRYPTION SCHEMES WITH LOW COMMUNICATION COSTS

      Electronics Letters
    62. NAKAJIMA N; MATSUSHIMA TK; MURAKAMI J
      INTERLEAVING TECHNIQUE AGAINST PERIODIC BURSTY ERRORS CAUSED BY RADARINTERFERENCE

      Electronics Letters
    63. SABEL LP; COWLEY WG
      PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF DECISION DIRECTED SYMBOL TIMING ESTIMATORS WITH DECISION ERRORS

      Electronics Letters
    64. SCHORMANS JA; PHILLIPS CI; SMITH R; CUTHBERT LG
      ANALYSIS OF A FINITE SHARED BUFFER

      Electronics Letters
    65. KAMEL RE; BARNESS Y
      REDUCED-STATE SEQUENCE ESTIMATION OF DIGITAL SEQUENCES IN DISPERSIVE CHANNELS USING STATE PARTITIONING

      Electronics Letters
    66. BEAULIEU NC; BIGLIERI E; LAI M
      SAMPLE REJECTION AND IMPORTANCE SAMPLING IN THE SIMULATION OF MULTIDIMENSIONAL SIGNALING SYSTEMS

      IEE proceedings. Part I. Communications, speech and vision
    67. WANG YY; LU CC
      USING WEIBULL DENSITY-FUNCTION IN IMPORTANCE SAMPLING FOR DIGITAL-COMMUNICATION SYSTEM SIMULATION

      IEE proceedings. Part I. Communications, speech and vision
    68. GROVER WD
      DS-3 FRAME MIMIC MECHANISM AND MODIFIED FRAMING CIRCUIT TO CONTROL REFRAME TIME EXTENSION

      Electronics Letters
    69. KUBOTA K; YOKOTA H; TANAKA T
      PROPOSAL OF NEW RING ACCESS-CONTROL AND CONNECTION ADMISSION CONTROL METHOD

      Electronics Letters
    70. ARIYAVISITAKUL S
      ACHIEVABLE PERFORMANCE OF AUTONOMOUS SIR-BASED POWER-CONTROL

      Electronics Letters
    71. BAJIC D; DRAJIC D; PETROVIC G
      TIME-VARYING VITERBI DECODING FOR CORRELATED DATA

      Electronics Letters
    72. THOMAS G; MAN J
      IMPROVED WINDOWING RULE FOR INPUT BUFFERED PACKET SWITCHES

      Electronics Letters
    73. KOH BS; LEE HS
      DETECTION OF SYMBOL RATE OF UNKNOWN DIGITAL-COMMUNICATION SIGNALS

      Electronics Letters
    74. HUSEIN S; WOODWARD ME; SZUMKO S
      DUAL TOKEN PASSING NETWORK CONFIGURATION FOR HARD REAL-TIME CONTROL APPLICATIONS

      Electronics Letters
    75. DEJONGHE G
      ASYMPTOTIC EXPRESSION FOR THE EQUIVOCATION PROBABILITY OF THE NDA FF CARRIER SYNCHRONIZER

      Electronics Letters
    76. ALJALILI YO; HENRIQUEZNAVARRO JM
      PERFORMANCE OF NOVEL SYNCHRONIZATION ALGORITHM OVER AWGN CHANNELS

      Electronics Letters
    77. CHEUNG JCS; HANZO L; WEBB WT; STEELE R
      EFFECTS OF PRMA ON OBJECTIVE SPEECH QUALITY

      Electronics Letters
    78. MOLINA A; FANNIN PC
      APPLICATION OF MISMATCHED FILTER THEORY TO BANDPASS IMPULSE-RESPONSE MEASUREMENTS

      Electronics Letters
    79. CHRYSOCHOS I; GANOS P; KOKKINAKIS G
      SORCON SWITCH - A NEW CELL SWITCHING ARCHITECTURE

      Electronics Letters
    80. STEFANOVIC MC; VASIC BV
      CHANNEL CAPACITY OF (O, G I) CODES

      Electronics Letters
    81. KEREKES I; ANIDO G; BRADLOW HS; EYERS T
      DIMENSIONING OF LEAKY BUCKETS TO BE USED AS MONITORS

      Electronics Letters
    82. MESTDAGH DJG; SPRUYT PMP; BIRAN B
      EFFECT OF AMPLITUDE CLIPPING IN DMT-ADSL TRANSCEIVERS

      Electronics Letters
    83. EASTWOOD M; HANZO L; CHEUNG JCS
      PACKET RESERVATION MULTIPLE-ACCESS FOR WIRELESS MULTIMEDIA COMMUNICATIONS

      Electronics Letters
    84. LIM JT
      SIMPLE INPUT CONTROL PROCEDURE FOR SLOTTED ALOHA

      Electronics Letters
    85. ARNOTT R
      ADAPTIVE RADIAL BASIS FUNCTION DIVERSITY COMBINER FOR MULTIPATH CHANNELS

      Electronics Letters
    86. MOWBRAY M; COLES AN; CUNNINGHAM DG
      NEW 5B 6T CODE FOR DATA-TRANSMISSION ON UNSHIELDED TWISTED PAIR CABLE/

      Electronics Letters
    87. NIKOLIC Z; EFERICA P; PETROVIC G
      IMPROVED PRABHU UPPER BOUND FOR PAM SYSTEMS WITH NOISE AND INTERFERENCE

      Electronics Letters
    88. CHEN S; MCLAUGHLIN S; GRANT PM; MULGREW B
      FAST BLIND EQUALIZATION BASED ON A BAYESIAN DECISION-FEEDBACK EQUALIZER

      Electronics Letters
    89. SUEMATSU T; IMAI H
      ESTIMATION METHOD FOR 3 STATE COMPOUND CHANNEL MODEL

      Electronics Letters


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