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The exact error probability for the M-PSK constellation is derived in "A new, simple and exact result for calculating the probability of error for two-dimensional signal constellations" by JW Craig, a well-known technique, especially for fading channels. Eq. (6) in the reference denotes the probability of error as given below: $$ \mathrm{P}_{\...


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The AM receiver could be done with a second Local Oscillator to baseband which would work fine if there was no frequency offset between the transmitter and receiver; otherwise the baseband signal would have an amplitude variation given by the AM in the signal, as well as phase rotation given by the frequency offset and relative delay (consider if the signal ...


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