Книга: Bhumika Malik,Niraj Shah and Rahul Gupta «Performance of Diversity Combining Techniques over Fading Channels»

Performance of Diversity Combining Techniques over Fading Channels

Производитель: "LAP Lambert Academic Publishing"

The focus of this monograph is the comparison of various diversity-combining techniques including some non-conventional hybrid techniques. Diversity-combining is extremely important for design of robust communication systems. It exploits the variability in communication among various channels to minimize errors in overall communication. The monograph also suggests a couple of new techniques derived from the conventional as well as non-conventional ones. ISBN:9783844394092

Издательство: "LAP Lambert Academic Publishing" (2011)

ISBN: 9783844394092

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