Multicarrier Modulation with Low PAR: Applications to DSL and Wireless by Jose TelladoMulticarrier Modulation with Low PAR: Applications to DSL and Wireless by Jose Tellado

Multicarrier Modulation with Low PAR: Applications to DSL and Wireless

byJose Tellado

Paperback | December 8, 2010

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Multicarrier Modulation with Low PAR: Applications to DSL and Wirelessprovides the first comprehensive formulation of the PAR problem for multicarrier modulation and proposes three new methods for PAR reduction. The information in this book will be vital to practicing engineers, industrial researchers, scientists, graduate and postgraduate researchers, and others working in multicarrier transmission and communication theory.
Multicarrier Modulation with Low PAR: Applications to DSL and Wirelessserves as a valuable reference to both design engineers and communications theorists, and can also be used for advanced courses on the subject.
Title:Multicarrier Modulation with Low PAR: Applications to DSL and WirelessFormat:PaperbackDimensions:152 pagesPublished:December 8, 2010Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1441950095

ISBN - 13:9781441950093

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Table of Contents

1. Introduction. 2. Multicarrier Modulation. 3. Peak to Average Ratio. 4. PAR Reduction by Tone Reservation. 5. PAR Reduction by Tone Injection. 6. Maximum Likelihood Detection of Distorted Multicarrier Signals. 7. Summary and Conclusions

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From the Foreword `The net peak-to-average reduction possible with the methods [given in this book] makes multicarrier transmission extremely attractive even in situations with several amplifier constraints. The understanding and analysis of peak issues in this book is outstanding, a credit to the author and an enormous aid to the reader. This is a must-read book for the serious designer of multicarrier transmission systems...' John Cioffi, Stanford University