In this thesis we firstly derive a closed-form approximate expression for the bit error probabilities of the MPSK modulation with diversity reception in the Suzuki fading channel, which is a mixture of short term and long term fading. The approximate expression is capable of efficient computation compared to the integral-form, and gives an insight regarding how much the channel parameters degrade the performance. Secondly, a new channel simulation algorithm is proposed. Proposed algorithm can be used in the bit error performance calculation in case it is difficult to apply analytical approach. It generates Suzuki distributed random signals. It is possible to arbitrarily adjust the correlations between long term fding components of the signals by introducing Gaussian to lognormal transformation.