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uses the allocation in occupied_carriers[0]).
 
uses the allocation in occupied_carriers[0]).
  
But how are the pilot symbols set? This is a valid parameterization:
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But how are the pilot symbols set? This is a valid parametrization:
  
 
   pilot_symbols = ((-1, 1j), (1, -1j), (-1, 1j), (-1j, 1))
 
   pilot_symbols = ((-1, 1j), (1, -1j), (-1, 1j), (-1j, 1))
  
The position of these symbols are those in pilot_carriers. So on the first OFDM
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The position of these symbols are thos in pilot_carriers. So on the first OFDM
 
symbol, carrier -3 will transmit a -1, and carrier 2 will transmit a 1j.
 
symbol, carrier -3 will transmit a -1, and carrier 2 will transmit a 1j.
 
Note that pilot_symbols is longer than pilot_carriers in this example--
 
Note that pilot_symbols is longer than pilot_carriers in this example--

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