The mobile radio channel exhibits a time varying behavior for the received signal envelope, known as fading. The fading can be modeled with Rayleigh or Rician distributed random variables.
One way to obtain correlated fading sequences is by using the sum-of-sinusoids method (Jakes's method).
The model is considering also the Doppler frequency shift from the carrier frequency. Several variants of the Jakes's method are implemented. The main fading statistics are available: LCR, CDF, AFD, ACF and PDF.
Also for BPSK/QPSK & MQAM the BER curve can be plotted (using a baseband digital modulator/demodulator)
A BER comparison with LOS channels is possible, using a Rician noise generator.
The TX/RX symbols are saved to files. These files can be used by RTL testbenches.