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Maximal Ratio Combining (MRC)

by Krishna Sankar on September 28, 2008

Plot of Effective SNR with Maximal Ratio Combining in Rayleigh fading channel

This is the third post in the series discussing receiver diversity in a wireless link. Receiver diversity is a form of space diversity, where there are multiple antennas at the receiver. The presence of receiver [...]

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Equal Gain Combining (EGC)

by Krishna Sankar on September 19, 2008

Gain in Eb/N0 with equal gain combining

This is the second post in the series discussing receiver diversity in a wireless link. Receiver diversity is a form of space diversity, where there are multiple antennas at the receiver. The presence of receiver [...]

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Selection Diversity

by Krishna Sankar on September 6, 2008

Receive Diversity

This is the first post in the series discussing receiver diversity in a wireless link. Receiver diversity is a form of space diversity, where there are multiple antennas at the receiver. The presence of receiver [...]

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