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What is the difference between fast and slow fading?

What is the major functionality difference between slow and fast fading?

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kataelin

"Fast fading refers to changes in signal strength between a transmitter and receiver as the distance between the two changes by a small distance of about one-half a wavelength. Slow fading refers to changes in signal strength between a transmitter and receiver as the distance between the two changes by a larger distance, well in excess of a wavelength."

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"Quickly fading could well be multipath removal. Multipath diminishing can be caused by several insights coincidental about the receiving transmitting aerial along with deleting (or escalating, but that is non the actual attenuation component). Your statisitics of remover are generally seen as a rician along with rayleigh distributions. Rician distributions think a principal path on the vector towards receiver as well as boundless mirrored pathways. It's largely useful for characterizing artificial satellite sales and marketing communications. Rayleigh distributions are usually characterized by boundless glare of most probable attenuations, with no immediate journey. It is accustomed to define worst of all downtown or maybe in house marketing communications."

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