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fading

[′fād·iŋ]
(communications)
Variations in the field strength of a radio signal that are caused by changes in the transmission medium.
(graphic arts)
The loss of density on a photographic image.
(textiles)
A change in the color of a fabric produced by a natural or artificial agent, such as sunlight or an abrasive.

Fading

The effect caused by excessive exposure to sunlight or weathering, usually in terms of color or luster.

fading

The loss of color of a paint film through exposure to sunlight and weather.

fading

i. The variation of radio field strength caused by changes in the strength of the transmission medium's signal.
ii. The decrease in the amount of braking because of either overheating after prolonged and continuous or harsh braking or internal leakages in the system.
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where [mathematical expression not reproducible], and [mathematical expression not reproducible] represent received signal, Rician fading channel coefficient, and Gaussian noise components between [S.
In other words, detecting a merely small range, front and back positions, around the last estimated CIR location can effectively track the change of a fast fading channel.
In fact, (5) represents the capacity of the fading channel without transmitter feedback (i.
The hSR1, hSR2, hR1D, hR2D, hR1R2 and hR2R1 are the Rician fading channels from source to relay1, source to relay2, relay1 to destination, relay2 to destination, relay1 to relay2 and relay2 to relay1 links respectively.
We first consider the asymmetric fading channel of scenario (a).
The simulation result shown in Figure 9 shows the performance of adaptive turbo coded OFDM system in a slow Rayleigh fading channel.
Figure 6 shows a six-path frequency selective fading channel that has been used for the reverse link.
Robust Multiuser Detection in Synchronous DS-CDMA System with MRC Receive Diversity over Nakagami-m Fading Channel
Bandwidth of subcarriers is selected such that they approximately exhibit flat fading channel characteristics (i.
Furthermore, the significant time-varying Doppler shift mainly due to relative motion of the scatterer causes not only rapid fluctuation in the fading channel response but also compression or dilation of signal waveforms.
The average channel capacity of the fading channel with received SNR distribution, [p.
Ahmed, "Performance analysis of cooperative diversity wireless networks over Nakagami-m fading channel," IEEE Communications.