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Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) has been adopted as a standard for many modern wireless applications requiring high data rate due to bandwidth efficiency, resistance to frequency selective fading and simple digital realization using IFFT/FFT operations. However, physical implementation of the OFDM system suffers from several difficulties.(More)
—This paper deals with the problem of modeling of phase noise in OFDM systems and the impact it may have on the bit error rate performance of such systems subject to a number of system variables and to a number of channel conditions which may be encountered when such systems are deployed for certain applications such as high speed wireless LANs and Digital(More)
— It has been widely known that one of the key design parameters in orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) systems is the distribution of peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR). Recently some theoretical approaches to determine the PAPR distribution have been proposed based on the assumption that all subcarriers are allocated with equal power.(More)
—This paper is concerned with the performance of OFDM when used as a modulation and access technique for the uplink of an interactive broadband wireless system or in the return link of a terrestrial television system. In such an application , the uplink performance becomes strongly dependent on the discrepancies related to carrier frequencies, sampling(More)