George Tombras
George Tombras
Professor of Electronics, Dept of Physics, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
Verified email at phys.uoa.gr
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Performance analysis of free-space optical communication systems over atmospheric turbulence channels
HE Nistazakis, TA Tsiftsis, GS Tombras
IET communications 3 (8), 1402-1409, 2009
2422009
Average capacity of optical wireless communication systems over atmospheric turbulence channels
HE Nistazakis, EA Karagianni, AD Tsigopoulos, ME Fafalios, GS Tombras
Journal of Lightwave Technology 27 (8), 974-979, 2009
2222009
Channel capacity and second-order statistics in Weibull fading
NC Sagias, DA Zogas, GK Karagiannidis, GS Tombras
IEEE Communications Letters 8 (6), 377-379, 2004
1782004
Serial free-space optical relaying communications over gamma-gamma atmospheric turbulence channels
CK Datsikas, KP Peppas, NC Sagias, GS Tombras
Journal of Optical Communications and Networking 2 (8), 576-586, 2010
1502010
Performance analysis of dual selection diversity in correlated Weibull fading channels
NC Sagias, GK Karagiannidis, DA Zogas, PT Mathiopoulos, GS Tombras
IEEE Transactions on Communications 52 (7), 1063-1067, 2004
1492004
New results for the Shannon channel capacity in generalized fading channels
NC Sagias, GS Tombras, GK Karagiannidis
IEEE Communications Letters 9 (2), 97-99, 2005
1202005
Capacity analysis of dual amplify-and-forward relayed free-space optical communication systems over turbulence channels with pointing errors
KP Peppas, AN Stassinakis, HE Nistazakis, GS Tombras
Journal of Optical Communications and Networking 5 (9), 1032-1042, 2013
1062013
Outage Analysis of Decode-and-Forward Relaying Over Nakagami-Fading Channels
CK Datsikas, NC Sagias, FI Lazarakis, GS Tombras
IEEE Signal Processing Letters 15, 41-44, 2008
1042008
Equal-gain and maximal-ratio combining over nonidentical Weibull fading channels
GK Karagiannidis, DA Zogas, NC Sagias, SA Kotsopoulos, GS Tombras
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications 4 (3), 841-846, 2005
942005
Performance estimation of free space optical links over negative exponential atmospheric turbulence channels
HE Nistazakis, VD Assimakopoulos, GS Tombras
Optik 122 (24), 2191-2194, 2011
832011
On the use of wavelength and time diversity in optical wireless communication systems over gamma–gamma turbulence channels
HE Nistazakis, GS Tombras
Optics & laser technology 44 (7), 2088-2094, 2012
802012
On the cascaded Weibull fading channel model
NC Sagias, GS Tombras
Journal of the Franklin Institute 344 (1), 1-11, 2007
772007
QAM and PSK OFDM RoFSO Over -Turbulence Induced Fading Channels
HE Nistazakis, AN Stassinakis, HG Sandalidis, GS Tombras
IEEE Photonics Journal 7 (1), 1-11, 2014
702014
Performance analysis of switched diversity receivers in Weibull fading
NC Sagias, DA Zogas, GK Karagiannidis, GS Tombras
Electronics Letters 39 (20), 1472-1474, 2003
672003
A novel chaotic system without equilibrium: dynamics, synchronization, and circuit realization
AT Azar, C Volos, NA Gerodimos, GS Tombras, VT Pham, AG Radwan, ...
Complexity 2017, 2017
642017
Average channel capacity in a mobile radio environment with Rician statistics
F Lazarakis, GS Tombras, K Dangakis
IEICE Transactions on Communications 77 (7), 971-977, 1994
611994
Selection diversity receivers in Weibull fading: outage
NC Sagias, PT Mathiopoulos, GS Tombras
Electronics Letters 39 (25), 1859-1860, 2003
572003
BER estimation for multi-hop RoFSO QAM or PSK OFDM communication systems over gamma gamma or exponentially modeled turbulence channels
HE Nistazakis, AN Stassinakis, SS Muhammad, GS Tombras
Optics & Laser Technology 64, 106-112, 2014
562014
SIMO optical wireless links with nonzero boresight pointing errors over M modeled turbulence channels
GK Varotsos, HE Nistazakis, MI Petkovic, GT Djordjevic, GS Tombras
Optics Communications 403, 391-400, 2017
552017
Estimation of Outage Capacity for Free Space Optical Links over IK and K Turbulent Channels.
HE Nistazakis, AD Tsigopoulos, MP Hanias, C PSYCHOGIOS, D Marinos, ...
Radioengineering 20 (2), 2011
512011
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