What is the difference between flat and selective fading?

How do you differentiate flag and selective fading?
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"Flat fading, or nonselective fading, is that type of fading in which all frequency components of the received signal fluctuate in the same proportions simultaneously. Selective fading affects unequally the different spectral components of a radio signal."
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"Selective removal unequally redirects how often groups of any airwaves transmission. Flag fading is actually nonselective remover wherever wholly consistency components usually are proportionally transformed. "
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