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Assuming four branch diversity is used, where each branch receives an independent Rayleigh fading signal. If the average SNR is 20 dB, determine the...

Assuming four branch diversity is used, where each branch receives an independent Rayleigh fading signal. If the average SNR is 20 dB, determine the probability that the SNR will drop below 10 dB. Compare this with the case of a singlereceiver without diversity.


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DIVERSITY TECHNIQUES Prepared by Deepa.T, Asst.Prof. /TCE Introduction •Three techniques are used independently or in tandem to improve receiver signal quality
•Equalization compensates for ISI...

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