Effect of Impulse Noise on Wireless Relay Channel

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Relay Network is most suited wireless communication technique for future Smart Grid, because it has a lot of advantages such as reliability against failures and offers redundancy, self-configuring and self-healing. For example if one nod or path is blocked, it can find a neighbour node, by different algorithms schemes. The purpose of this paper is to simulate wireless relay channel model in presence of impulse noise and computing the BER performance of channel data. It makes to be useful for a designer to predicting error and behaviour of a channel for optimum design, to be able choose a robust channel.

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Ghadimi, S. and Hussian, J. (2012) Effect of Impulse Noise on Wireless Relay Channel. Wireless Sensor Network, 4, 167-172. doi: 10.4236/wsn.2012.46024.

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