Error Vector Magnitude Analysis of Fading SIMO Channels Relying on MRC Reception


We tend to analytically characterize the information-aided error vector magnitude (EVM) performance of a single-input multiple-output (SIMO) Communication system wishing on maximal ratio combining (MRC) having either independent or correlated branches that are nonidentically distributed. In particular, precise closed form expressions are derived for the EVM in fading and shadowed fading channels and these expressions are validated by simulations. The derived expressions are expressed in terms of Lauricella’s operate of the fourth kind , that can be easily computed. Furthermore, we have a tendency to have simplified the derived expressions for varied special cases such as independent and identically distributed branches, Rayleigh fading, Nakagami-m fading, and fading. Additionally, a parametric study of the EVM performance of the wireless system is presented.

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