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Prepared by: Ahmad Dehwah & Emad Al-Hemyari 1.  Introduction.  Approaches of analyzing the outage.  Motivation and previous work  System Model. 

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1 Prepared by: Ahmad Dehwah & Emad Al-Hemyari 1

2  Introduction.  Approaches of analyzing the outage.  Motivation and previous work  System Model.  Conclusion.  References.  Q & A. 2

3  Outage models are applied in wireless communication systems, which are subjected to ◦ fading ◦ and other interfering signals to predict their performance. The performance of a given system is considered to be unacceptable when the Signal to Interference plus Noise Ratio (SINR) is below a given threshold. i.e, SINR

4 Different analysis ways to approach this problem can be followed depending on the way an outage model is defined:  The simplest definition introduced before: SINR

5  Such reliability study of outage is conducted in terms of error probability given that the SINR is above the given threshold. Pr(Error|SINR>z 0 ) 5

6 The motivation behind this study of outage models:  No closed form expression of the probability of outage for a sum of K multiple interfering signals with different powers of the same distribution.  Previous work either considered limited number of interferers or numerical approximations.  Different communication systems require different conditions on the definition of the outage to achieve certain reliability.  Performance analysis of BPSK system through a Rayleigh fading channel is conducted in terms of Pr(Error|SINR>z 0 ) rather than just studying the probability of outage. 6

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8  The signal at the receiver front is of the following form: Where ◦ S k (t): is the kth interfering signal (k=0, 1, …, K). ◦ n(t): is a Gaussian noise of two sided power spectral density N 0 /T b. ◦ τ: is a uniform time offset of S(t) over [0,2π]. 8

9  There are three combinations to consider the SINR components according to our system model.  -Signal -Interference - Noise ◦ Each of these parameters can be either deterministic or random. SignalRandom InterferenceconstantRandom Noiseconstant Random 9

10  The kth interfering signal (k=0, 1, …., K) is: Where  S k : is the average received power  X k : is the Rayliegh fading level of the kth signal with.  φ k : is uniform over [0,2π] and φ 0 =0.  X k and φ k are mutually independent random variables  Ψ(t): is the shaping waveform 10

11 Now the decision variable at the output of the correlator is given by: Where  η: is Gaussian Random variable with variance.  I k : is the multiple access interference component due to the kth signal given by: 11

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17 1. A. Annamalai, C. Tellambura, and V. K. Bhargava,.Simple and accurate methods for outage analysis in cellular mobile radio systems-a uni_ed approach,. IEEE Trans. Commun., vol. 49, pp , Feb D. Dardari, V. Tralli, and R. Verdone,.On the capacity of slotted Aloha with Rayleigh fading: the role played by the number of interferers,. IEEE Commun. Lett., vol. 4, pp , May K. A. Hamdi,. Exact probability of error of BPSK communication links subjected to asynchronous interference in Rayleigh fading environment,. IEEE Trans. Commun., vol. 50, pp , Oct K. A. Hamdi, On the reliability of outage models 17


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