# Bivariate gamma type distributions for modeling wireless performance metrics

### Abstract

In this paper a bivariate gamma type distribution, its noncentral counterpart, and a linked bivariate Weibullised gamma type distribution, following an elliptical assumption, are proposed and studied. The adaptability of this contribution is illustrated with the outage probability performance metric, where the proposed bivariate gamma type distributions may act as alternatives to existing fading models in wireless communications.### References

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