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STATISTICAL BROADBAND OVER POWER LINES CHANNEL MODELING - PART 1: THE THEORY OF THE STATISTICAL HYBRID MODEL

By A. G. Lazaropoulos

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Abstract:
This pair of papers proposes a new approach towards the channel modeling of transmission and distribution broadband over power lines (BPL) networks either on the theoretical or on the practical basis. The proposed statistical hybrid model is the synthesis of the well-validated deterministic hybrid model and a set of well-known statistical distributions widely used in communications literature such as Gaussian, Lognormal, Wald, Weibull and Gumbel statistical distributions. In this paper, the theoretical framework of the statistical hybrid model, as well as the flowchart of the statistical hybrid model, is analytically presented.

Citation:
A. G. Lazaropoulos, "Statistical Broadband Over Power Lines Channel Modeling - Part 1: the Theory of the Statistical Hybrid Model," Progress In Electromagnetics Research C, Vol. 92, 1-16, 2019.

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