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Implementation of New Biorthogonal IOFDM

  • A. V. Meenakshi
  • R. Kayalvizhi
  • S. Asha
Part of the Advances in Intelligent and Soft Computing book series (AINSC, volume 166)

Abstract

Proposed biorthogonal interleaved OFDM system is used in Multiuser and multicarrier technique that has been recognized as an excellent method for high speed bi directional wireless mobile communication. In conventional interleaved OFDM system, convolution encoder is used as the channel encoder, but it leads to Bandwidth inefficiency and also reduces the throughput of the transmission and reception. The proposed bi orthogonal interleaved OFDM system is having the baud rate of 9600 kbps. This system is ultimately designed for the Bandwidth optimization and also it supports the Multi user transmission and reception of interleaved OFDM system.

Keywords

Biorthogonal modulation Gold sequence generator QPSK QAM IOFDM 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Periyar Maniammai UniversityThanjaurIndia

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