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The overall bit error probability of spatial modulation system can be computed using the lower bound approach:
Kindly note that Pa is the error probability of antenna considering the symbol is perfectly detected and Pd is the error probability of symbol considering the antenna index is perfectly detected. This will be evaluated independently.
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Pa has also been computed in series of papers and the close form is given below as:
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