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Measured performance of DECT transmission in low dispersive indoor radio channel

Measured performance of DECT transmission in low dispersive indoor radio channel

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The effect of indoor radio channels with small delay spreads on the performance of a DECT-like radio link were measured and compared to previous analytical and simulation results. It was found that delay spreads less than 4.5% of the bit length without antenna diversity, and less than 20% of the bit length with instantaneous (slot-by-slot) error-rate driven antenna diversity are tolerable to obtain an average bit error rate below 10−3.

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