Exact error-rate analysis of diversity 16-QAM with channel estimation error.

IEEE Transactions on Communications 01/2004; 52:1019-1029.
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    • "The performance of MPSK with GSC in Nakagami fading channel was studied in [11]. The effects of noise and estimator decorrelation on the received BER of multilevel QAM were examined in [12]. "

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    • "In [12] the effect of channel estimation error on the performance of the Viterbi equalizer is studied in a SIMO framework. In [13] the bit-error rate (BER) performance of multilevel quadrature amplitude modulation with pilotsymbol-assisted modulation channel estimation in static and Rayleigh fading channels is derived, both for single branch reception and maximal ratio combining diversity receiver systems. However, in [14] it is shown that the(practical) ML channel estimator preserves the diversity order of MRC (Maximum Ratio Combining), see also [15] for a more thorough analysis. "
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