Finite-state Markov modeling of correlated Rician-fading channels

@article{Pimentel2004FinitestateMM,
  title={Finite-state Markov modeling of correlated Rician-fading channels},
  author={Cecilio Pimentel and Tiago H. Falk and Luciano Lisb{\^o}a},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology},
  year={2004},
  volume={53},
  pages={1491-1501}
}
Stochastic properties of the binary channel that describe the successes and failures of the transmission of a modulated signal over a time-correlated flat-fading channel are considered for investigation. This analysis is employed to develop Kth-order Markov models for such a burst channel. The order of the Markov model that generates accurate analytical models is estimated for a broad range of fading environments. The parameterization and accuracy of an important class of hidden Markov models… CONTINUE READING
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