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VLSI Implementation of OFDM Transmitter chain for 4G Communication

  title={VLSI Implementation of OFDM Transmitter chain for 4G Communication},
  author={J. Ahmad and K LakshmishaS},
Demand for broadband access is increasing at a quick rate, and at the same time, is not limited to areas that already have an existing high quality infrastructure. For instance, developing countries and rural areas may not have the existing telecom infrastructure or the existing connections, typically over copper, to meet the requirements of Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) technology. Furthermore, it is expected that users will require more bandwidth on the move. While current technologies can… 


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