Publication detail

On the Reduced Complexity Interleaving Method for OFDM PAPR Reduction

MARŠÁLEK, R.

Original Title

On the Reduced Complexity Interleaving Method for OFDM PAPR Reduction

English Title

On the Reduced Complexity Interleaving Method for OFDM PAPR Reduction

Type

journal article - other

Language

en

Original Abstract

Many methods for OFDM Peak to Average Power Ratio reduction have been proposed during approximately last ten years. There are nowadays many research efforts on PAPR reduction methods with reduced computational complexity. The method presented in this paper is based on adaptive symbol selection principle, with several replicas of signal created using set of interleavers incorporated inside an IFFT block at OFDM transmitter. This paper also discuss some practical aspects of this method – influence of zero padding and pilot positions.

English abstract

Many methods for OFDM Peak to Average Power Ratio reduction have been proposed during approximately last ten years. There are nowadays many research efforts on PAPR reduction methods with reduced computational complexity. The method presented in this paper is based on adaptive symbol selection principle, with several replicas of signal created using set of interleavers incorporated inside an IFFT block at OFDM transmitter. This paper also discuss some practical aspects of this method – influence of zero padding and pilot positions.

RIV year

2006

Released

01.09.2006

Pages from

49

Pages to

53

Pages count

5

BibTex


@article{BUT43349,
  author="Roman {Maršálek}",
  title="On the Reduced Complexity Interleaving Method for OFDM PAPR Reduction",
  annote="Many methods for OFDM Peak to Average Power Ratio reduction have been proposed during approximately last ten years. There are nowadays  many research  efforts  on PAPR reduction methods with reduced computational complexity.  The method presented in this paper is based on adaptive symbol selection principle, with several replicas of signal created using set of interleavers incorporated inside an IFFT block at OFDM transmitter. This paper also discuss some practical aspects of this method – influence of zero padding and pilot positions.",
  chapter="43349",
  number="3",
  volume="15",
  year="2006",
  month="september",
  pages="49",
  type="journal article - other"
}