The postdetection selection diversity effects on a binary digital FM system are theoretically analyzed in the fast Rayleigh fading signal environment encountered in the typical UHF or microwave land mobile radio channels. Both differential and discriminator detections are considered for demodulation of digital FM signal. The average error rate is presented by a simple closed form including both effects of Rayleigh envelope fading and random FM noise. A few examples of numerical results for minimum shift keying (MSK) are graphically presented.
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- Automotive Engineering
- Aerospace Engineering
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- Applied Mathematics