Only if there is a strong interference link between two vertices based on

signal-to-interference ratio, can the edges of the two vertices be considered to exist.

Figure 9(b) shows the PLSR as a function of the

signal-to-interference ratio and the frequency shift.

Next, we will analyze the change of the

Signal-to-Interference ratio (SIR) after TCC processing.

[N.sub.R] = [N.sub.D] = 2, [[rho].sub.1] = [[rho].sub.2], E{[[gamma].sub.R]} = E{[[gamma].sub.D]}, [[rho].sub.R[1]/[[rho].sub.R,[2]] [[rho].sub.D,[1]]/[[rho].sub.D[2]] =1, and the

signal-to-interference ratio (SIR) is defined as [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII].

The strength of the interference is studied using

signal-to-interference ratio (SIR) [rho] = [[bar.[gamma]].sub.1]/ [[bar.[gamma]].sub.INF] .

Such devices thereby adjust their

signal-to-interference ratio (whenever the oven is turned on) and could possibly remain immune from adverse effects of packet-losses due to the EMI under discussion.

In fading environments as cellular systems, where the level of the cochannel interference is sufficiently high compared to thermal noise, SSC receiver adheres to one branch as long as the

signal-to-interference ratio (SIR) is greater than a specific threshold.