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ii ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS I would first of all like to thank Dr. Schrimpf for his continual support, confidence, and guidance throughout this project. Not only has Dr. Schrimpf been a tremendous source of assistance and encouragement, but I would not even be a graduate student if it were not for Dr. Schrimpf's quick responses to my numerous e-mails, and his(More)
There are many techniques that have been developed to reduce peak to average power ratio (PAPR) in communication systems, but very few that can be implemented without any increase in the hardware complexity of a given system. This paper presents a method of PAPR that does not require any increase in hardware complexity as it achieves its effect through(More)
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