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The principal aim of this research article is to develop an apt transmission scheme which will completely accomplish the goal of eliminating channel distortion. The effort on this work signifies and delivers a combined transmit diversity scheme that scatters the transmitter signal in multi dimension to comprehend the need to improve noise immunity. Extrapolating the diversity combining techniques, it is possible to perceive the same in the case of receivers. Space diversity is intertwined with WiMAX and the benefits have been demonstrated by incorporating various space diversity techniques and the analysis is done with respect to Bit Error Rate. Performance comparison is presented for Multiple Input Single Output and Multiple Input Multiple Output configurations.
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