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HF Markov Chain Models and Measured Error Averages

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1 Author(s)
McManamon, P. ; IIT Res. Inst.,Chicago,IL.

A set of calculated channel parameters are postulated for a 2800-km HF ionospheric F2 -mode propagation path to organize error sequences into stationary samples. Measurements of the single sideband-frequency-shift keying (SSB-FSK) binary error-free run distributions are used with the parameters to obtain stationary Markov chain transition probabilities. A relation between the transition probabilities and the average error probability is verified for the HF channel model. A statistical analysis of error probability and error-free run distribution variation with calculated parameter values suggests that the Markov chain transition probabilities are a function of these parameters.

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Communication Technology, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:18 ,  Issue: 3 )