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By Jose Tellado

ISBN-10: 030647039X

ISBN-13: 9780306470394

ISBN-10: 0792379888

ISBN-13: 9780792379881

Multicarrier Modulation with Low PAR: functions to DSL and Wireless presents the 1st complete formula of the PAR challenge for multicarrier modulation and proposes 3 new equipment for PAR relief. the knowledge during this e-book should be important to training engineers, commercial researchers, scientists, graduate and postgraduate researchers, and others operating in multicarrier transmission and conversation conception.
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Several different oversampling strategies of can be defined. 5), which is expressed as follows: where is the discrete rectangular window of height 1 over the interval and is the L times oversampled equivalent QAM vector, generated by zero padding with N(L — 1) zeros. 3,B): This sequence is not bandlimited because of the slow decay with increasing frequency of the Fourier transform of a rectangular window. 4 plots the Power Spectral Density (PSD) of for a real baseband case with N = 512 and From this figure, the PSD decays very slowly and is only slightly below –40 dB at a frequency four times higher than the nominal bandwidth.

HAPTER The main focus of this chapter is to introduce the problem of Peak to Average Power Ratio (PAR) and provide most of the necessary background for understanding the subsequent chapters. 1. MULTICARRIER SIGNALS A DMT/OFDM transmit signal is the sum of N, independent, Quadrature Amplitude Modulated (QAM) sub-signals or tones, each with equal bandwidth and frequency separation 1/T, where T is the time duration of the multicarrier symbol [Bingham, 1990]. The continuous-time 16 MULTICARRIER MODULATION WITH LOW PAR baseband representation of a single multicarrier symbol is given by where is the symbol index, is a rectangular window (nominally of height 1 over the interval [0,T]) and is the QAM value of the subsymbol or tone.

The simulations in subsequent chapters verify that L = 4 is more than sufficient, and in many cases L = 2 gives good performance for our PAR reduction methods. So far, ideal IFFT oversampling was assumed for The oversampling and continuous-time equivalents can be generated by other means, such as time-interpolation filters. For these cases, the upper bounds on the PAR increase depend on the discrete-time and continuoustime interpolation filters or pulse shaping filters. e. they are well behaved over the frequency band of the signal, most of these bounds are good.

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