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Papers Published at GC-CCA 2012
All 6 Papers
IDAuthors and TitlePages
34.Cnf-227 Ms. Imane Benkhelifa
Dr. Samira Moussaoui
Speed and Direction Prediction-based Localization for Wireless Sensor Networks
1-6
34.Cnf-266 Dr. Imad Zyout
Dr. Ikhlas Abdel-Qader
An Improvement of Texture-Based Classification of Microcalcification Clusters in Mammography using PSO-SVM Approach
7-12
34.Cnf-349 Mr. Ali Ihbeel
Dr. Hasein I. Sigiuk
Performance Evaluation of Three MANET Protocols on WSN
13-21
34.Cnf-357 Mr. Gaojie Chen
Mr. Ousama Alnatouh
Ms. Lu Ge
Prof. Jonathon Chambers
A Distributed Differential Space-Time Coding With Full Interference Cancellation Scheme for A Cooperative Four Relay Network
22-26
34.Cnf-363 Prof. Thamer M. Jamel
Mr. Karam Naji
Simple Variable Step Size LMS Algorithm for Adaptive Identification of IIR Filtering System
27-32
34.Cnf-492 Dr. Mohamed Ali
Slant correction techniques based on Wigner-Ville distribution applied for Arabic handwritten characters recognition systems
33-36
34.Cnf-475 Paper View Page
Title A fair comparison platform for OFDM systems with various PAPR reduction schemes
Authors Mr. Xinglong Zhao, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK
Dr. Stephen Jones, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK
Prof. Raed Abd-Alhameed, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK
Abstract Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) provides a flexible air interface for high data rate transmission which has high spectral efficiency and is robust in the presence of multipath. However, OFDM has a high peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR). If peaks are clipped by the non-linearity of the RF power amplifier (PA), both in-band and out-of-band distortion is produced. In-band distortion increases Bit Error Rates (BER). Backing off the signal level in the PA reduces distortion at the cost of reduced power efficiency, so various PAPR reduction strategies have been proposed. Generally, the effectiveness of PAPR reduction schemes have been reported in terms of their effect on the Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) of the resulting signal, however, this does not directly relate to achievable BER performance, making comparisons between schemes difficult.

By contrast, this paper defines a fair comparison platform based on the BER achieved at optimum back-off. Three schemes are compared. The Active Constellation Extension (ACE) scheme was shown to have the best performance, then Selective Mapping (SLM). A scrambling scheme was the least effective. None of the schemes provide much advantage at poor signal-to-noise ratio (SNR).

Track CSC: Communications, Signals and Coding
Conference 5th Mosharaka International Conference on Communications, Computers and Applications (MIC-CCA 2012)
Congress 2012 Global Congress on Communications, Computers and Applications (GC-CCA 2012), 12-14 October 2012, Istanbul, Turkey
Pages --1
Topics Wireless Access Techniques
Broadband Access Technologies
ISSN 2227-331X
DOI
BibTeX @inproceedings{475CCA2012,
title={A fair comparison platform for OFDM systems with various PAPR reduction schemes},
author={Xinglong Zhao, and Stephen Jones, and Raed Abd-Alhameed},
booktitle={2012 Global Congress on Communications, Computers and Applications (GC-CCA 2012)},
year={2012},
pages={--1},
doi={}},
organization={Mosharaka for Research and Studies} }
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