Existence of Good Codes with Low Peak-to-Average Power Ratios for Multicarrier Communications
An appendum to a theorem of Shannon is proved. It is proved that that there exists asymptotically good codes of length n, whose peak-to-average power ratio for multicarrier communications is at most 8 log n.
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