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—An efficient implementation of Nakagami-m and Weibull variate generators on a single field-programmable gate array (FPGA) is presented. The hardware model first generates a correlated Rayleigh fading variate sequence and then transforms it into a sequence of Nakagami-m or Weibull fading variates. A biquad processor facilitates the compact implementation of(More)
—A compact, fast, and accurate realization of a digital Gaussian variate generator (GVG) based on the Box–Muller algorithm is presented. The proposed GVG has a faster Gaussian sample generation rate and higher tail accuracy with a lower hardware cost than published designs. The GVG design can be readily configured to achieve arbitrary tail accuracy (i.e.,(More)
Many emerging communication technologies significantly increase the complexity of the physical layer and have dramatically increased the number of operating configurations. To ensure maximum performance, designers have to optimize their algorithm implementations, which requires for comprehensive performance testing in all possible operating modes various(More)
—Emulation of fading channels is a key step in the design and verification of wireless communication systems. Testing wireless transceivers with actual fading channels is inconvenient due to unrepeatable and uncontrollable channel conditions. In this paper we present a compact field-programmable gate array (FPGA) implementation for a circuit that generates(More)
— A channel simulator is an essential component in the development and accurate performance evaluation of wireless systems. Two major approaches have been widely used to produce statistically accurate fading variates, namely, shaping the flat spectrum of Gaussian variates using digital filters and sum-of-sinusoids (SOS) based methods. Efficient design and(More)