Microdiversity on Rician fading channels

  title={Microdiversity on Rician fading channels},
  author={Adnan A. Abu-Dayya and Norman C. Beaulieu},
  journal={IEEE Trans. Communications},
The performance of an L-branch equal gain (EG) combiner on slow and nonselective R i c h fading cl”ls is analyd’ ’h0 performance ability distribution of signal-to-noise power ratio (SNR) at the Matched filter meivem c o ~ i d e ~ for two binary modulation Diversity combining, such as space diversity, is a wellknown method that can be used to combat the effects of fading in wireless systems [7], [8]. In this paper, we analyze the biner for slow and nonselective Rician fading channels. Results… CONTINUE READING
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