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Figure 1.21 Illustrating the coordinate system for representation of narrowband noise: (a) in terms of in-phase and quadrature components, and (b) in terms of envelope and phase.
Figure 1.22 Normalized Rayleigh distribution.
Figure 1.23 Normalized Rician distribution.
Figure 1.24 Model of a multipath channel.
Figure 1.25 Probability density function of the envelope of random process X(t): comparing theory and experiment.
Figure 1. 26 Effect of Rayleigh fading on a sinusoidal waveFigure 1.26 Effect of Rayleigh fading on a sinusoidal wave. (a) Input sinusoidal wave. (b) waveform of the resulting signal.
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