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Relationship between 'Channel Decimation Ratio' and fading waveform?

Relationship between 'Channel Decimation Ratio' and fading waveform?

Relationship between 'Channel Decimation Ratio' and fading waveform?

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Hi all,
I am not sure where I can ask this question, but here:

What is the relationship between the Channel Decimation Ratio and the fading waveform? What is the significant of it? I am not sure whether this question is too general or not, but feel free to give some feedback. Thanks

RE: Relationship between 'Channel Decimation Ratio' and fading waveform?

Did you mean Discrimination ratio? Like in signal to noise ratio?  If so, are you asking what happens when your waveform fades or gets weaker and your received signal to noise ratio gets worse (ie 3dB vs 12 dB)?

RE: Relationship between 'Channel Decimation Ratio' and fading waveform?

Hi - it sounds as though you have a flat fading channel model where a new set of channel gain and phase shift characteristics are calculated only occasionally (i.e. the fade charactristics change only slowly compared with the signal that you want to receive so the description of the fading only needs to change every few tens/hundreds of signal samples.

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