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This thesis presents the design and analysis of MLSE diversity receivers for linearly modulated signals transmitted over known and unknown time- and frequency-selective channels, corrupted by additive Gaussian noise. The extended MLSE receiver structure of Ungerboeck  is extended further; for the case of a known but time-varying, frequency-selective channel with diversity. The error event analysis technique of Forney  is used to approximate and bound the receiver's BER. The MLSEdoi:10.26021/1412 fatcat:fjfxgxtfqbcxdc3zyfmw4bth4q