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E. Biglieri, C. Caire, G. Taricco, and J. Ventura-Traveset, “Computing error probabilities over fading channels: A uniﬁed approach,” Eur. Trans. , vol. 9, no. 1, February 1998, pp. 15–25. REFERENCES 15 4. E. Biglieri, C. Caire, G. Taricco, and J. Ventura-Traveset, “Simple method for evaluating error probabilities,” Electron. , vol. 32, February 1996, pp. 191–192. 5. J. K. Cavers and P. Ho, “Analysis of the error performance of trellis coded modulations in Rayleigh fading channels,” IEEE Trans. , vol.
Indeed, as mentioned in the preface, the primary goal of this book is to present a uniﬁed method for arriving at a set of tools that will allow the system designer to compute the performance of a host of different digital communication systems characterized by a variety of modulation/detection types and fading channel models. By “set of tools” we mean a compendium of analytical results that not only allow easy yet accurate performance evaluation but at the same time provide insight into the manner in which this performance depends on the key system parameters.
Most often, analyses of systems employing such modulations assume that the phase effects due to fading are perfectly corrected at the receiver resulting in what is referred to as “ideal” coherent demodulation. For noncoherent modulations, phase information is not needed at the receiver and therefore the phase variation due to fading does not affect the performance. Hence, performance analyses for both ideal coherent and noncoherent modulations over fading channels requires knowledge of only the fading envelope statistics and will be the case most often considered in this text.