PAPR Reduction in Multicarrier Communication Systems Using Efficient Pulse Shaping Technique
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Emerging multicarrier modulation schemes have been considered for the fifth generation (5G) communication systems. However, existing designs often suffer from a high peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) in the transmitted signal. This thesis aims to (i) design pulse shaping filters to reduce the PAPR using computationally efficient optimisation approach (ii) investigate the performance of the multicarrier systems employing the designed filter and (iii) study the power utilisation efficiency of the nonlinear amplifier with the use of the designed filters.
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