Comparative Evaluation of Bit Error Rate in Frequency Selective Fading Channels Employed in Wavelet Modulation


In this work, results of a comparison modeling treatment of additive white Gaussian noise and two-ray fading channel those affecting the performance of modulation techniques employed in modern communications systems, were presented. The channel parameters were varied to obtain a frequency-selective channel, which was observed by determining the bit error rate as a function of the ratio of signal energy per bit to thermal noise power per Hz. This treatment introduces the performance of wavelet modulation employing such systems.