A Figure-of-Merit for Evaluating the Overall Performance of OFDM PAPR Reduction Techniques in the Presence of High Power Amplifier

@article{Guel2009AFF,
  title={A Figure-of-Merit for Evaluating the Overall Performance of OFDM PAPR Reduction Techniques in the Presence of High Power Amplifier},
  author={D. Guel and Jacques Palicot},
  journal={2009 Fifth International Conference on Wireless and Mobile Communications},
  year={2009},
  pages={217-222}
}
One of the major drawbacks of Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is the large envelope fluctuations which either require an inefficient use of High Power Amplifiers (HPA) or decrease the system performance. Peak to-Average Power Ratio (PAPR) is a very well known measure of the envelope fluctuations and has become the cost function used to evaluate and design multicarrier systems. Several PAPR reduction techniques have been proposed with the aim to increase the system performance… CONTINUE READING

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