Research article of American Journal of Computer Sciences and Applications
Phase Modulated OFDMA System, Study and Investigations
Farouk A. K. Al-Fuhaidy, Faisal Saif Alkamali, and Khaled Al-sofy
Department of electrical engineering, Ibb University, Ibb-Yemen
In this paper, a DFT- based OFDMA with phase modulation (DFT-OFDMA-PM) system is proposed. The proposed system exploits the advantages of PM, the constant envelope (CE) signal, and the ability to improve the diversity of multipath channels. The performance of the proposed system in terms of bit error rate (BER) is studied and investigated using simulation. An investigation of the proposed system, the DFT-OFDMA-PM, results is carried and compared to the recently proposed DCT-OFDMA-PM system and the conventional systems without PM. Moreover, the key parameter, the modulation index, which affects the performance of the PM systems, is also studied and the optimum value is chosen via simulation. The simulation results for the proposed system show the effectiveness of the proposed system for broadband communications.
Keywords: Phase Modulated OFDMA System, Study, Investigations
How to cite this article:
Farouk A. K. Al-Fuhaidy, Faisal Saif Alkamali, and Khaled Al-sofy.Phase Modulated OFDMA System, Study and Investigations. American Journal of Computer Sciences and Applications, 2019; 2:15
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