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FIGURE 12.18. BER as a function of K.
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parameter is decreased, from 10 2 for K % 5 to 10 6 for K % 20 (corresponding to communication channels with high BS antenna and quasi-LOS for any user located in the area of service). At the same time, as expected, the spectral ef ciency is also increased (see Fig. 12.19). Hence, with the increase of the spectral ef ciency of the data stream a simultaneous sharp decrease of BER is also observed.
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