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doggyslick
 Post subject: Antenna diversity
Posted: Sat Feb 25, 2006 10:53 pm 
 
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Antenna Diversity: You are in a Rayleigh fading environment where the distributionon signal power P (a random variable) at an antenna is ae^(-ap)u(p) for a some positive real constant and the powers of antennas separated by a few wavelengths is independent.
What is the minimum number of antennas you need have probility q that at least one antenna has a power level above Pmin?

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