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Novel Analytical Approach of Non Conventional Mapping Scheme with Discrete Hartley Transform in OFDM System

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The system performance has been analyzed for π/4 DQPSK mapping scheme, which is differential in nature and hence adding additional advantage. Performance evaluation with random data as well as some images has been taken. Channel modeling has been performed in multipath fading environment. For elaboration of the concept mathematical modeling has been implemented using computer simulation. In this paper, an attempt is made to know the capabilities of DHT-OFDM with non conventional mapping technique π/4 DQPSK.

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Gupta, S. , Dalal, U. and Mishra, V. (2014) Novel Analytical Approach of Non Conventional Mapping Scheme with Discrete Hartley Transform in OFDM System. American Journal of Operations Research, 4, 281-292. doi: 10.4236/ajor.2014.45027.

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