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How much PAR to bring to the party?

Ödling, Per LU ; Petersson, N; Johansson, A and Börjesson, Per Ola LU (2002) In Proceedings of the 5th Nordic Signal Processing Symposium,
Abstract
Reducing Peak-to-Average power Ratios (PAR) is an established research topic that has now begun to find its way into products. This gives rise to new questions of dimensioning. Here we address how much PAR reduction that

should be applied in a practical system. We demonstrate

that the amount of PAR reduction can be found with the

appropriate system models. This is applied to the tonereservation PAR reduction method in an ADSL system.

In some frequency regions, the SNR is in practice often

limited by the dynamic of the transmitter’s analog frontend. Other frequency regions are strongly attenuated by the channel and contribute very little to the system’s capacity. Using multicarrier modulation, we... (More)
Reducing Peak-to-Average power Ratios (PAR) is an established research topic that has now begun to find its way into products. This gives rise to new questions of dimensioning. Here we address how much PAR reduction that

should be applied in a practical system. We demonstrate

that the amount of PAR reduction can be found with the

appropriate system models. This is applied to the tonereservation PAR reduction method in an ADSL system.

In some frequency regions, the SNR is in practice often

limited by the dynamic of the transmitter’s analog frontend. Other frequency regions are strongly attenuated by the channel and contribute very little to the system’s capacity. Using multicarrier modulation, we address how

much of the spectrum that could be used to improve the

SNR in the other regions by reducing the amplitude swing

of the transmit signal. (Less)
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  abstract     = {Reducing Peak-to-Average power Ratios (PAR) is an established research topic that has now begun to find its way into products. This gives rise to new questions of dimensioning. Here we address how much PAR reduction that<br/><br>
should be applied in a practical system. We demonstrate<br/><br>
that the amount of PAR reduction can be found with the<br/><br>
appropriate system models. This is applied to the tonereservation PAR reduction method in an ADSL system.<br/><br>
In some frequency regions, the SNR is in practice often<br/><br>
limited by the dynamic of the transmitter’s analog frontend. Other frequency regions are strongly attenuated by the channel and contribute very little to the system’s capacity. Using multicarrier modulation, we address how<br/><br>
much of the spectrum that could be used to improve the<br/><br>
SNR in the other regions by reducing the amplitude swing<br/><br>
of the transmit signal.},
  author       = {Ödling, Per and Petersson, N and Johansson, A and Börjesson, Per Ola},
  language     = {eng},
  series       = {Proceedings of the 5th Nordic Signal Processing Symposium,},
  title        = {How much PAR to bring to the party?},
  year         = {2002},
}