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PART I: Chapter 1: Multipath Interference Wm. Chapter 2: Chapter 3: Antennas and Polarization Effects Y. Chapter 4: Modulation, Noise, and Interference M. Gans and Y. Chapter 6: Diversity Techniques D.
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The requirement that there be many scatterers present means that Rayleigh fading can be a useful model in heavily built-up city centres where there is no line of sight between the transmitter and receiver and many buildings and other objects attenuate , reflect , refract , and diffract the signal. Experimental work in Manhattan has found near-Rayleigh fading there. If the environment is such that, in addition to the scattering, there is a strongly dominant signal seen at the receiver, usually caused by a line of sight , then the mean of the random process will no longer be zero, varying instead around the power-level of the dominant path.
Such a situation may be better modelled as Rician fading. Note that Rayleigh fading is a small-scale effect. There will be bulk properties of the environment such as path loss and shadowing upon which the fading is superimposed.
Motion causes Doppler shift in the received signal components.