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The Nakagami-distribution is an important fading model in wireless communications. Generation of independent and bivariate Nakagami-samples is required when studying some practical applications. However, methods for simulating Nakagami-fading channels available in the literature are complex. This paper proposes simple efficient methods for generating independent Nakagami-fading envelope samples for arbitrary values of and correlated bivariate Nakagami-fading envelope samples having a common value of m, for arbitrary values of m=0.8.