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Generalised moment generating function-based secrecy performance analysis over Fisher–Snedecor composite fading channels

Generalised moment generating function-based secrecy performance analysis over Fisher–Snedecor composite fading channels

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In this Letter, the authors derive the closed-form formulas for the generalised moment generating function of the Fisher–Snedecor (F–S ) distribution, which enable us to effectively evaluate the probability of successful secure transmission over F–S composite fading channels. Extensive numerical results are presented to validate the accuracy of their analytical framework.

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