Telecommunications System & Management

ISSN: 2167-0919

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Double Allocation of Spreading Code Minimizing SI and PAPR for LP-OFDM UWB System


Naziha N and Bouallegue R

Self-interference (SI) occurs if the transmission is through a multipath channel. The channel distorts helps to break the orthogonality between the spreading codes. In addition, the amplitude of linear precoded orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (LP-OFDM). LP-OFDM signals have strong fluctuations. Thus, it is necessary to seek or to minimize these two problems by the reduction of term SI and the amplitude of fluctuations Peak-to-Average Power Ratio (PAPR). In this paper a new method of allocation of spreading code has proposed. It consists of a double selection of spreading codes minimizing joint SI and PAPR. Simulation results show that the LP-OFDM system is optimized by this proposal compared to the conventional solution where the systems don’t operate in full load.


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