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Antenna promises to provide significant increases in system capacity and performance in
wireless systems. In this paper, a simplified, nearoptimum array receiver is proposed,
which is based on the angular gain of the spatial filter. This detection is then analyzed by
calculating the exact error probability.The proposed model confirms the benefits of adaptive
antennas in reducing the overall interference level (intercell/intracell) and to find an
accurate approximation of the error probability. We extend the method that has been
proposed for propagation over Nakagamim fading channels, the model shows good
agreements with simulation results.
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