Recent experiments have shown that Weibull fading
can be a practical distribution to model weak to high signal levels
at 800/900 MHz frequency spectrum in outdoor environments. In
indoor, path loss can be distributed by Weibull fading. Moreover,
exponentiated Weibull which is a special case of Weibull fading,
is adopted in free space optical communication systems recently.
Motivated by the wide usage of Weibull fading, we consider a
dual-hop relay aided network with amplify-and-forward relaying
and with the help of Monte Carlo simulations, we show the impact
of Weibull and Exponentiated Weibull fading channels in terms
of outage probability.