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    es/no eb/no

    Anyone here know how to convert Eb/No to Es/No? Is it R*m*Eb/No=Es/No?? Where R is the coding rate and m is the number of bit per symbol?

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    eb/no es/no

    Es/No = Eb/No + 10*log10(k)% Es/No= SNR per bit
    where, k = log2(M);%k bits per symbol, M= no of symbols

    Es/No = Eb/No + 10*log10(k)- 10*log10(nsamp);
    %The term,-10*log10(nsamp), is used to scale the noise power with the oversampling if sampler is used

    In both the above cases it is assumed that units are in dB



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