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because of simplicity, and it serves as a useful illustrative example in demonstrating the effects of fading on transmission. Moreover, the Rayleigh distribution is a special case of the Nakagami distribution, when m, known as the fading parameter, is equal to unity (see page 48 in [5]).The Rician distribution is more applicable to satellite communication, due to the presence of a dominant signal component known as the specular component [44], than to large-cell terrestrial communication, where often there is no Line-of-Sight (LOS) path between the terrestrial base station and the mobile station. However, in small microcells often the opposite is true. In our investigations in this chapter, Rayleigh-distributed frequencyselective fading is assumed. The delay is proportional the length of the corresponding signal path between transto the mitter and receiver. The delay spread due to the path-length differences between the multipath components causes Intersymbol Interference (ISI) in data transmission, which becomes particularly dominant for high data rates. A typical radio channel impulse response isshown in Figure 1.6. This channel impulse response is known as the COST 207 bad urban (BU) impulse response[50].It can be clearly seen that the response consists of two main groups of delayed propagation paths: a main profile and a smaller echo profile following the main profile at a delay of 5 p . The main profile is caused by reflections of the signal from structures in the vicinity of the receiver with shorter delay times. On the other hand, the echo profile could be caused by several reflections from a larger but more distant object, such as a hill [51]. In either case, we can see that both profiles approximately follow a negative exponentially decaying function with respect to the time-delay. Figure 1.7 shows the impairments of the spread spectrum signal travelling over a multipath channel with L independent paths, yielding the equivalent baseband received signal of:
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