• A MATLAB program for the computation of the confluent hypergeometric function Φ2 

      Martos-Naya, Eduardo; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier; Paris, Jose F. (2016-09-22)
      We here present a sample MATLAB program for the numerical evaluation of the confluent hypergeometric function Φ2. This program is based on the calculation of the inverse Laplace transform using the algorithm suggested by ...
    • A New Framework for the Performance Analysis of Wireless Communications under Hoyt (Nakagami-q) Fading 

      Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier (IEEE, 2017)
      We present a novel relationship between the distribution of circular and non-circular complex Gaussian random variables. Specifically, we show that the distribution of the squared norm of a non-circular complex Gaussian ...
    • Analysis of Correlated MRC with Transmit Antenna Selection under eta-mu Fading 

      Téllez-Labao, Concepción; Pérez-Martín, Juan Pedro; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel (2017-04-19)
      A wireless link considering correlated Maximal Ratio Combining (MRC) and Transmit Antenna Selection (TAS)under the general eta-mu fading is analyzed. Exact and asymptotic expressions for the cumulative distributing function ...
    • Analysis of energy detection of unknown signals under Beckmann fading channels 

      Peña-Martin, Juan P.; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier (IEEE, 2017)
      The Beckmann fading is a general multipath fading model which includes Rice, Hoyt and Rayleigh fading as particular cases. However, the generality of the Beckmann fading also implies a significant increased mathematical ...
    • Asymptotically Exact Approximations for the Symmetric Difference of Generalized Marcum-Q Functions 

      Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier (IEEE, 2015)
      In this paper, we derive two simple and asymptotically exact approximations for the function defined as ΔQm(a, b) =Δ Qm(a, b) - Qm(b, a). The generalized Marcum Q-function Qm(a, b) appears in many scenarios in communications ...
    • Efecto del control rápido de potencia en sistemas de comunicaciones móviles celulares CDMA 

      Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel (Universidad de Málaga, Servicio de Publicaciones, 2001)
      Buena parte de los estándares de la Tercera Generación de comunicaciones móviles celulares ha optado por CDMA(Code Division Multiple Access) como técnica de acceso al medio radio. De ahí el amplio desarrollo y los ...
    • Fundamentos de electrónica analógica 

      Casilari-Pérez, Eduardo; Bandera-Rubio, Antonio Jesus; Ruiz-Garcia, Margarita Carmen; Tellez-Labao, Concepcion; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; [et al.] (UMA Editorial, 2005)
      La presente obra está dirigida a estudiantes de ingeniería, y trata de introducir al lector en los fundamentos de Ia electrónica analógica, analizando componentes básicos, como el diodo o distintos tipos de transistores, ...
    • Generalized MGF of Beckmann Fading with Applications to Wireless Communications Performance Analysis 

      Peña-Martín, Juan Pedro; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; López-Martínez, Francisco Javier (IEEE Transaction on Communications, 2017)
      The Beckmann distribution is a general multipath fading model for the received radio signal in the presence of a large number of scatterers, which can thence be modeled as a complex Gaussian random variable where both the ...
    • On the Calculation of the Incomplete MGF with Applications to Wireless Communications 

      Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Paris, Jose F. (IEEE, 2017)
      The incomplete moment generating function (IMGF) has paramount relevance in communication theory, since it appears in a plethora of scenarios when analyzing the performance of communication systems. We here present a general ...
    • The Fluctuating Two-Ray Fading Model for mmWave Communications 

      Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier; Paris, Jose F.; Goldsmith, Andrea (IEEE, 2016)
      We introduce the Fluctuating Two-Ray (FTR) fading model, a new statistical channel model that consists of two fluctuating specular components with random phases plus a diffuse component. The FTR model arises as a natural ...
    • The fluctuating two-ray fading model: exact and approximate statistical characterization 

      Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier; Paris, José F.; Goldsmith, Andrea (2017-07-21)
      We introduce the Fluctuating Two-Ray (FTR) fading model, a new statistical channel model that consists of two fluctuating specular components with random phases plus a diffuse component. The PDF and MGF are expressed in ...
    • The Fluctuating Two-Ray Fading Model: Statistical Characterization and Performance Analysis 

      Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel; Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier; Paris, Jose F.; Goldsmith, A. (IEEE, 2017)
      We introduce the fluctuating two-ray (FTR) fading model, a new statistical channel model that consists of two fluctuating specular components with random phases plus a diffuse component. The FTR model arises as the natural ...
    • The κ-µ Shadowed Fading Model with Integer Fading Parameters 

      Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier; Paris, Jose F.; Romero-Jerez, Juan Manuel (IEEE, 2017)
      We show that the popular and general κ-μ shadowed fading model with integer fading parameters μ and m can be represented as a mixture of squared Nakagami- m̂ (or Gamma) distributions. Thus, its PDF and CDF can be expressed ...
    • A Tractable Line-of-Sight Product Channel Model: Application to Wireless Powered Communications 

      Lopez-Martinez, F. Javier; Moreno-Pozas, Laureano; Fernández-Plazaola, Unai; Paris-Angel, Jose Francisco; Martos-Naya, Eduardo; [et al.] (2018-07-30)
      We here present a general and tractable fading model for line-of-sight (LOS) scenarios, which is based on the product of two independent and non-identically distributed κ- μ shadowed random variables. Simple closed-form ...