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i would like to model a noise Background Noise, and it was found that it the probability distribution of the time-domain noise amplitudes resembles the Nakagami-m distribution function.
So given the equation of the nakagami pdf equation..will that be sufficent for modelling the noise?
i mean if i write a code for the equation will that be sufficient?