Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is an application of frequency division multiplexing where the adjacent signals are separated by a frequency that is the inverse of the symbol duration period. This gives the signals the special property that they are "orthogonal" to each other, eliminating crosstalk between them. In terms of spectral energy, a null will occur where each neighboring signal is located.
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Transceiver and System Design for Digital Communications


Scott Bullock

In this 5th Edition, the author continues to evaluate various novel techniques and design methods for the modulation and transmission of digital data, allowing the readers to gain a firm understanding of the processes needed to effectively design wireless data link communication systems. Since the author regularly runs industry seminars based on this book, he is continuously updating the book material. This edition includes thorough updates of all chapters including all concepts and revised and new figures.

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