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BER

Abbreviation for basic electrical rhythm.
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Therefore, more realistic bit error rate can be expecte than the case when only the crosstalk noise is considered.
The reason of the reduction in bit error rate is attributed to the increase in the number of the expanded vectors where this number equals to 28 in DR1, 32 in DR2 and 56 in DR3.
4 shows the bit error rate performance of every iteration of our scheme in 2x3 antennas and turbo encoder is (2, 1, 3).We can see that the performances of the fourth iteration, the fifth iteration and the tenth iteration are almost the same.
Plots describing bit error rate (BER) versus SNR class, a measure of PRIME error performance.
The performance of the proposed scheme is evaluated, and the bit error rate expressions are derived at Gaussian Channel condition.
Different approaches like Probability Density Function (PDF), Moment Generating Function (MGF), Cumulative Distributive Function (CDF), Gamma function and Gauss hyperbolic functions have been used to achieve bit error rate (BER) and outage probability of bit error rate at destination.
Their main focus is on digital communications bit error rate (BER) performance in additive white Gaussian noise (AWGN), which they consider in terms of binary, quaternary, binary, and multi-phase shift keying; quadrature amplitude modulation; frequency shift-keying; minimum-shift keying; space-time block coding; and other contexts.
This increased complexity is justified considering the significant improvement in bit error rate. Decoding complexity imposed by ABP algorithm can be further reduced by adopting newer algorithm for SISO decoding of RS codes; see [16].
We calculated ASE noise powers and its affection to bit error rate and noise figure of the system.
Tektronix has introduced the BSA286CL BERTScope Bit Error Rate Tester for the low intrinsic jitter and precision impairments required for testing a broad set of 100G communications standards including OIF-CEI, CAUI, and InfiniBand Standards.