Reduction of the negative influence of high values of the peak factor of signals in the McWiLL system

Annotation. One of the issues associated with reducing the negative impact of high values of the peak factor (PAPR) of OFDM signals preventing the effective operation of power amplifiers, increasing power consumption and contributing to the rapid discharge of batteries is considered. It is noted that in the mobile radio systems of the McWiLL standard, some progress has been made in solving this problem. As a result an advantage was achieved over other well-known communication systems of the latest generations. But at the same time the McWiLL standard missed even more potentially achievable gain from the developed method due to the fact that when organizing high-speed connections on several subchannels, resource expansion primarily involves increasing the spectral components and then adding time slots. It is noted that this can lead to a complete loss of a positive effect.

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