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Peak-to-average reduction techniques

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osbourne

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Hi,

I need a method to reduce the peak-to-average ratio of multicarrier signals (e.g. 4 carrier UMTS signal) from about 11 dB to ~5.5 dB. I used a method called peak windowing, which results in a reduction to 7 dB. Is it possible to get a better result ?

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Dear friend,

could you provide some material on peak windowing techniques?

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u achieved a lot, i think....!!!
coding and clipping are other methods..just see its theory some where..


material is available in
OFDM for Wireless Multimedia Comm.
by Richard Van Nee and Ramjee Prasad

u can learn theory from this book..it don't much tell the practical aspect..

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