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Closed-form expressions for Rician shadowed cumulative distribution function

Closed-form expressions for Rician shadowed cumulative distribution function

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New analytical results are presented for the cumulative distribution function (CDF) of Rician shadowed random variables. In particular, these results find applicability in the performance analysis of land-mobile satellite (LMS) communications.

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