- Volume 14 Issue 3
OFDM is effective for the high speed data transmission. However, the nonlinear distortion is a serious problem because of the high PAPR due to many subcarriers. The conventional SLM selects the OFDM signal with the lowest PAPR. In this method, OFDM data can be correctly recovered only if the side information about the phase sequence is transmitted to receiver. This paper proposes a new method of side information insertion into the conventional SLM and reduces the computational complexity by adaptive method. Performances are compared in case that three kinds of phase sequences are used for phase rotation factor. The adaptive SLM method has the same PAPR reduction as the conventional SLM method. The required BER can be guaranteed by the proposed method. When subcarrier number N=32, computational complexity is reduced to 48 %, 72 % and 51 % for the branch number U=4, 8 and 16, respectively.
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