Envelope variations and spectral splatter in clipped multicarrier signals

@article{ONeill1995EnvelopeVA,
  title={Envelope variations and spectral splatter in clipped multicarrier signals},
  author={R. C. O'Neill and L. B. Lopes},
  journal={Proceedings of 6th International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications},
  year={1995},
  volume={1},
  pages={71-75 vol.1}
}
This paper presents an investigation into the effects of clipping of both baseband and bandpass multicarrier signals. It will be shown that considerable reductions in the amplitude variations (crest factor) of both classes of signal are possible at the expense of limited inband spectral distortion and some out of band clip noise emissions. The amount of inband distortion and out of band emissions can be traded off directly against reductions in the crest factor of the clipped signal. Novel… CONTINUE READING

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