Performance analysis of OFDM in frequency selective, slowly fading Nakagami Channels
Count, Patrick A.
Ha, Tri T.
Robertson, R. Clark
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In an effort to offer faster, more reliable wireless communications services to the public, many wireless standardization committees have, in recent years, adopted Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) as the modulation technique of choice. Given the incredible growth in the industry as manifest by the seemingly infinite demand for wireless products and services and the accompanying need for superior performance of these systems in congested and electronically demanding environments, it is evident that OFDM will be at the core of many future high data rate communications systems. This thesis examines the performance of OFDM in frequency-selective slowly fading Nakagami channels. The Nakagami channel is used in this study as it probably best models the propagation characteristics of the environments in which OFDM based systems will be applied.
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