flat fading


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flat fading

[¦flat ′fād·iŋ]
(communications)
Type of fading in which all components of the received radio signal fluctuate in the same proportion simultaneously.
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4] and the mobility of 3 km/h, simulation results show that a gain of 6 dB is achieved by the proposed scheme over both flat fading and Pedestrian A (Ped A) channels, compared to the conventional CDD-OFDM system.