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URN etd-0901110-160529 Statistics This thesis had been viewed 2622 times. Download 1036 times. Author Shih-che Chang Author's Email Address No Public. Department Communication Engineering Year 2009 Semester 2 Degree Master Type of Document Master's Thesis Language zh-TW.Big5 Chinese Page Count 59 Title Performance Studies of Out-of-Band Power Reduction of WiMAX System over Fading Channel Keyword Rayleigh Fading Out-of-Band Power Reduction WiMAX OFDM OFDM WiMAX Out-of-Band Power Reduction Rayleigh Fading Abstract Mobile communication and broadband service is becoming more important today. Another important topic in technology is the efficient utilization of spectrum. OFDM is a popular solution for those purposes, and WiMAX is a system based on OFDM. The situation is that OFDM system suffers from an intrinsic high out-of-band power emission. There are several research teams that dedicated their efforts to the reduction of out-of-band power emission in recent years and getting some fruitful results.
In this thesis, we try to identify the performance of these approaches of out-of-band power emission over the Rayleigh fading with AWGN. Firstly, we use the signal under the reduction process of out-of-band power emission. Secondly, we pass the signal through a simulated channel of Rayleigh fading with AWGN. And lastly, we could understand the performances on receiving side.
Advisor Committee Chau-yun Hsu - advisor
Horng-guo Do - co-chair
Tsung-sheng Kuo - co-chair
Files Date of Defense 2010-07-30 Date of Submission 2010-09-06