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
2062009
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
1962009
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
1712004
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
1452004
Serial free-space optical relaying communications over gamma-gamma atmospheric turbulence channels
CK Datsikas, KP Peppas, NC Sagias, GS Tombras
IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Communications and Networking 2 (8), 576-586, 2010
1342010
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
1112005
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
982008
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
IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Communications and Networking 5 (9), 1032-1042, 2013
962013
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
892005
On the cascaded Weibull fading channel model
NC Sagias, GS Tombras
Journal of the Franklin Institute 344 (1), 1-11, 2007
712007
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
702011
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
692012
Performance analysis of switched diversity receivers in Weibull fading
NC Sagias, DA Zogas, GK Karagiannidis, GS Tombras
Electronics Letters 39 (20), 1472-1474, 2003
642003
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
602014
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
591994
Selection diversity receivers in Weibull fading: outage probability and average signal-to-noise ratio
NC Sagias, PT Mathiopoulos, GS Tombras
Electronics Letters 39 (25), 1, 2003
572003
Bayesian and frequentist estimation of the performance of free space optical channels under weak turbulence conditions
A Katsis, HE Nistazakis, GS Tombras
Journal of the Franklin Institute 346 (4), 315-327, 2009
462009
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
442017
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
442011
Dual-hop relaying communications over generalized-K (KG) fading channels
KP Peppas, CK Datsikas, HE Nistazakis, GS Tombras
Journal of the Franklin Institute 347 (9), 1643-1653, 2010
432010
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