## Comparisons of analytical and numerical calculations of communications probabilityU.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, 1980 - Technology & Engineering - 63 pages |

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### Contents

EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT WANTED SIGNAL INPUT ASSUMPTIONS ON Pa | 26 |

RELATING CLASS A NOISE TO CONGESTED BAND SCENARIOS | 35 |

THE NUMBER OF COCHANNEL LINKS THAT CAN OPERATE IN A REGION | 49 |

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analytical solution approximation background noise Berry best-fit Class canonical Class category of interferer center of operations Class A noise Class A parameters COMMUNICATIONS PROBABILITY computer program Curve effective radiated power equation Figure 14 Figure A-2 formal solution formula function of noise-plus-interference gaussian noise given input parameters interference bump interfering path lengths interfering power Middleton 1979a noise parameters noise plus interference nongaussian interference nongaussian noise normally distributed Notation number of links numerical model path length pdf pdf of interference pdf of noise pdf of path pdf of transmission pdf's plateau probabilistic probability density function PROBABILITY DISTRIBUTION probability of communications probability of interference propagation parameter random variable received signal power required signal-to-noise ratio required threshold scenario dashed line scenario interference Section 4.2 signal-to-interference ratio signal-to-noise ratio exceeds specified Table tion traffic intensity transmission loss variability transmitter power variability of transmission wanted path length wanted signal wanted transmitter watts