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Multicarrier transmission

Multicarrier transmission

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Multicarrier transmission has recently become popular, particularly in the area of wireless broadband access technology. This tutorial overview paper formulates multicarrier transmission from a signal processing point of view and provides an in-depth analytical understanding of its constituent fundamental concepts. Multicarrier transmission and reception principles are first derived for the single transmitting antenna and single receiving antenna systems and then extended to support more general and modern communication systems that use multiple transmitting and multiple receiving antennas.

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