Random phase updating algorithm for OFDM transmission with low PAPR

  title={Random phase updating algorithm for OFDM transmission with low PAPR},
  author={Homayoun Nikookar and Knut Sverre Lidsheim},
A novel random phase updating algorithm for the peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) reduction of the OFDM signal is addressed. The phase of each subcarrier is updated by a random increment until the PAPR goes below a certain threshold level. The influence of different distributions for the phase increments and the variance of distributions on the mean and variance of PAPR as well as the number of iterations to reach the threshold, is investigated. Further, the random phase updating algorithm has… CONTINUE READING
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