2013 - Fellow, The World Academy of Sciences
His main research concerns Rayleigh fading, Statistics, Fading, Telecommunications and Algorithm. Much of his study explores Rayleigh fading relationship to Electronic engineering. His research in the fields of Communication channel, Correlation coefficient, Maximal-ratio combining and Signal-to-noise ratio overlaps with other disciplines such as Noise.
The Fading study combines topics in areas such as Relay, MIMO and Cumulative distribution function. His Telecommunications study frequently links to other fields, such as Energy. His Algorithm research includes themes of Signal-to-noise ratio, Phase-shift keying, Characteristic function and Diversity combining.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Algorithm, Rayleigh fading, Fading, Communication channel and Statistics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Pairwise error probability, Telecommunications, Detector and Additive white Gaussian noise. His study looks at the intersection of Detector and topics like Cognitive radio with False alarm.
His Rayleigh fading research incorporates themes from Phase-shift keying, Keying, Electronic engineering, Signal-to-noise ratio and Topology. His research investigates the connection with Fading and areas like Bit error rate which intersect with concerns in Control theory. The concepts of his Communication channel study are interwoven with issues in Transmitter, Molecular communication and Relay.
Ranjan K. Mallik mostly deals with Communication channel, Rayleigh fading, Algorithm, Electronic engineering and Signal-to-noise ratio. His Communication channel study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Transmitter, Molecular communication and Relay. His Rayleigh fading research is included under the broader classification of Fading.
His work on Covariance matrix as part of general Algorithm research is frequently linked to Ask price, bridging the gap between disciplines. His studies in Electronic engineering integrate themes in fields like Path loss, Cognitive radio, MIMO, Base station and Maximum power transfer theorem. Ranjan K. Mallik focuses mostly in the field of Signal-to-noise ratio, narrowing it down to topics relating to Energy and, in certain cases, Transmission.
His primary areas of study are Fading, Computer network, Nakagami distribution, Algorithm and Rayleigh fading. His Fading research incorporates elements of Signal-to-noise ratio, Path loss and Base station. His Signal-to-noise ratio research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Detector, Energy, Electronic engineering and Interference.
His research in Algorithm intersects with topics in Relay, Network packet and Cluster analysis. His Rayleigh fading study necessitates a more in-depth grasp of Communication channel. His Communication channel study is concerned with Telecommunications in general.
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Optimization of cooperative spectrum sensing with energy detection in cognitive radio networks
Wei Zhang;R. Mallik;K. Letaief.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2009)
Cooperative Spectrum Sensing Optimization in Cognitive Radio Networks
Wei Zhang;R.K. Mallik;K. Ben Letaief.
international conference on communications (2008)
Analysis of transmit-receive diversity in Rayleigh fading
P.A. Dighe;R.K. Mallik;S.S. Jamuar.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2003)
Bounds for multihop relayed communications in nakagami-m fading
G.K. Karagiannidis;T.A. Tsiftsis;R.K. Mallik.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2006)
Performance analysis of MIMO free-space optical systems in gamma-gamma fading
E. Bayaki;R. Schober;R.K. Mallik.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2009)
On multivariate Rayleigh and exponential distributions
IEEE Transactions on Information Theory (2003)
Cooperative Spectrum Sensing in Multiple Antenna Based Cognitive Radio Network Using an Improved Energy Detector
A. Singh;M. R. Bhatnagar;R. K. Mallik.
IEEE Communications Letters (2012)
Secure Transmission With Antenna Selection in MIMO Nakagami-m Fading Channels
Lifeng Wang;Maged Elkashlan;Jing Huang;Robert Schober.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2014)
Analysis of hybrid selection/maximal-ratio combining in correlated Nakagami fading
R.K. Mallik;M.Z. Win.
IEEE Transactions on Communications (2002)
Channel capacity of adaptive transmission with maximal ratio combining in correlated Rayleigh fading
R.K. Mallik;M.Z. Win;J.W. Shao;M.-S. Alouini.
IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications (2004)
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