Performance Enhancement of Discrete Multi-Tone Systems with a Trigonometric Transform

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Abstract

The sine transform can be used as a tool to conquer the problems of discrete multi-tone (DMT) systems to increase the bit rate. In the proposed discrete sine transform based discrete multi-tone (DST-DMT) system, we make use of the energy compaction property of the DST to reduce the channel effects on the transmitted signals. The mathematical model of the proposed DST system is presented in the paper. Simulation experiments have been carried out to test the effect of the proposed DST-DMT system. The results of these experiments show that the performance of the DST-DMT system is better than that of the traditional FFT-DMT system. The results also show that employing the proposed TEQ in the DST-DMT system can increase the bit rate by about 2.57 Mbps.

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S. Elghafar, S. Diab, B. Sallam, M. Dessouky, E. El-Rabaie and F. El-Samie, "Performance Enhancement of Discrete Multi-Tone Systems with a Trigonometric Transform," International Journal of Communications, Network and System Sciences, Vol. 7 No. 1, 2014, pp. 1-9. doi: 10.4236/ijcns.2014.71001.

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