### Table 1: Examples of mismatching and spectral efficiency for M- ary Walsh modulation

"... In PAGE 4: ... (11), and with (9) and (8) in a higher data rate. In order to make these relationships more plain, Table1 shows the amount of mismatching Es=N0 in dB and the normal- ized spectral efficiency = ideal, where ideal denotes the spectral efficiency for a guard time equal zero. These and all the further results of this paper are based on a binary modulation design with Tg=T = 0:2.... In PAGE 4: ... These and all the further results of this paper are based on a binary modulation design with Tg=T = 0:2. Table1 clearly Table 1: Examples of mismatching and spectral efficiency for M- ary Walsh modulation... ..."

### TABLE 2 FLO DATA RATES,SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY, AND AWGN PERFORMANCE

### TABLE II SPECTRAL EFFICIENCIES ACHIEVED BY VARIOUS MIMO SYSTEMS. Modulation Spectral Prob. of

### Table 11. Normalized power requirement, spectral efficiency, and complexity of 128-SCTCM and 256-SCTCM.

2003

"... In PAGE 105: ... The performance error bounds of 128-SCTCM and 256-SCTCM for 8 states outer code and 4 states inner code are shown on Figure 29. Table11 presents the normalized power requirement, the spectral efficiency, and the complexity of our proposed systems with input block length of 10,000 information bits, compared to 8-TCM-PPM, 16-TCM-PPM, and 128-TCM-MPPM systems [15][17]. We can see from the table that 128-SCTCM-2L2PPM and 256-SCTCM-2L2PPM have achieved both power and spectral efficiencies with low decoding complexity.... ..."

### TABLE I KEY FORMULAS IN COMPUTING SPECTRAL EFFICIENCY FOR SYSTEMS (1,1), (1, 109), (11059110)

2002

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### Table 3. Spectral Efficiency Results for Voice Services (Erlangs/MHz/Cell)

"... In PAGE 8: ... In addition, the system was to operate assuming a 15 MHz forward link bandwidth and a 15 MHz reverse link bandwidth. Table3 below, summarizes the capacity and performance aspects of the two systems under different terminal environments. It can be seen that cdma2000 has nearly twice the capacity of UTRA.... In PAGE 8: ...Table3... ..."

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### Table 2: Spectral efficiency in Mbps/cell/100 MHz for up- and down-link in a fully loaded system.

### Table 2-2: Signal-to-noise ratio [dB] to get a average spectral efficiency of 8 bits/s-Hz.

2001

"... In PAGE 13: ... MIMO systems could serve multiple objectives. This is shown in Table2 -1. Tx ... In PAGE 14: ...14/102 PUBLIC Table2 -1: Several ways to exploit the unbounded air-interface to improve either coverage, link quality, capacity or data rates. Multiple receive antennas will lead to array gain (3 dB signal-to-noise improvement when doubling the number of receive antennas) even in a non multi- path environment.... In PAGE 18: ... Outage capacity means that the capacity equal or higher than a certain fixed value is guaranteed for 90 % or 99 % of all spatial locations. The SNR threshold for an outage capacity of 8 bit/s-Hz is shown in Table2 -3. Table 2-3: Signal to noise ratio to get an outage spectral efficiency of 8 bit/s-Hz for outage of 10 % and 1 %, respectively.... In PAGE 18: ... The SNR threshold for an outage capacity of 8 bit/s-Hz is shown in Table 2-3. Table2 -3: Signal to noise ratio to get an outage spectral efficiency of 8 bit/s-Hz for outage of 10 % and 1 %, respectively. System Outage = 10 % Outage = 1 % SISO 33.... ..."

### Table 1. Results of efficiency curve tests (see section 2.3). Column 2: ratios of directly measured total efficiencies using the filters given in column 1; columns 3 and 4: ratios of total efficiencies obtained from spectral scans with the monochromator system; column 3: using the efficiency curve 1 from figure 4; column 4: using the efficiency curves 3 and 4 from figure 4.

1997

### Table 1. Parameters used for the study of MCA with and without frequency diversity

"... In PAGE 5: ... We also notice that the normalized spectral efficiency of the first scheme is almost independent of K. Thus, for a cellular system with the parameters given in Table1 , we can say that the average throughput per user is a linear function of K with a factor of 0.4 approximately.... ..."