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    ec/io

    Ec/Io, Ec/No, Eb/No, Eb/Nt ......
    What is the mean ?

    •   Alt25th January 2007, 13:26

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    ec/n0

    we have the signal power=P

    the chip rate=W

    the user bit rate=R

    the noise=PN

    the interference= I (interference between users)

    Ec=P/W
    Io=I/W
    N0=(I+PN)/W
    Eb=P/R

    actually i don't know what is Nt!!!!!

    i hope this is what you are looking for



    •   Alt25th January 2007, 14:39

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    eb/nt

    Nt probably stands for thermal noise, that is Noise thermal (in subscript).



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    ec io

    hi
    take a look at this topic :

    http://www.edaboard.com/ftopic145323.html



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