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Ece 734 Final Project Report Methods of Modulation and Demodulation in Ofdm System: Implement and Analysis for Ber Performance, Hardware Performance, and Hardware Complexity

@inproceedings{Hu2009Ece7F,
  title={Ece 734 Final Project Report Methods of Modulation and Demodulation in Ofdm System: Implement and Analysis for Ber Performance, Hardware Performance, and Hardware Complexity},
  author={Yu-Hen Hu and Hsin-Yu Chen},
  year={2009}
}
The structure and algorithm of IDFT DFT, the conventional method used in modulation/demodulation process in OFDM system, has matured today. Researchers have developed new transforms in an effort to replace this traditional structure, such as DHT-based structure (Discrete Hartley Transform) and DWT-based (Discrete Wavelet Transform) structure. In this project, all three structures will be implemented in MATLAB to acquire their BER (Bit Error Rate) performances, and the results will be compared… 

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