M.S. Theses Supervised

  1. Khrystsina Navumenka, "Statistical and Entropy Considerations for Ultrasound Tissue Characterization”, August 2017.
  2. Sadrac Blanc, “Physical layer Security of Wireless Transmissions Over Fading Channels”, August 2016.
  3. A-Bon E. Ackie, “Performance Analysis of Spectrum Sensing Schemes Based on Fractional Order Moments for Cognitive Radios in Alpha-Stable Noise Environments”, May 2016.
  4. Constantine Mukasa, “Impact of Interference on Connectivity and Outage performances in Wireless communication Networks: Interference-Based Channel Models”, August 2013.
  5. Jean N. Rene, “Performance Analysis of Slotted ALOHA Protocol in a Weibull Fading Environment”, August 2013.
  6. Fabiano Kovalski, “System Level Modeling and Simulation with MLDesigner” December 2006.
  7. C. Argyrides, “Performance Evaluation of a DS/CDMA Packet Transmission System Under Rician Fading Channel Conditions”, December 2001.
  8. D. Easo, “Performance Analysis of RLP for NAK-Based ARQ Scheme in CDMA2000 Wireless Systems for Random Error Channels”, August 2001.
  9. C. Jodoin, “Detection of Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum Signals in a Multipath Fading Environment”, December 1999.
  10. S. Kyperountas, “Performance of Wireless Communication Systems Under Various Data Traffic Density Distributions”, August 1998.
  11. S. Pattaramalai, “Average Error Rate for MPSK Signals in Nakagami Fading Channels”, August 1996.
  12. A. Sharma, “Performance of a Multi-base Station Slotted ALOHA for Wireless LAN System in Nakagami Fading”, April 1996.
  13. J. Jiao, “Matched Filter Bound for Frequency Selective Nakagami Fading Channel” December 1995.
  14. R. Sannegowda, "Performance Study of Some Diversity Combining Schemes in a Nakagami Fading Environment", February 1994.