It is widely known and accepted that multicarrier communication is effective in frequency selective channels if resource allocation strategies are used, namely per-subcarrier adaptive modulation and coding. We discuss its efficiency for uniform resource allocation in terms of fundamental information-theoretic measures. These results are relevant to broadcast systems and, more generally, systems which cannot rely on a feedback channel.

Some (known) facts on multicarrier communication / Raheli, Riccardo; M., Franceschini; R., Pighi; Ferrari, Gianluigi. - (2009), pp. 46-48. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Third Workshop on Power Line Communications tenutosi a Udine, Italy nel ottobre 2009.

Some (known) facts on multicarrier communication

RAHELI, Riccardo;FERRARI, Gianluigi
2009-01-01

Abstract

It is widely known and accepted that multicarrier communication is effective in frequency selective channels if resource allocation strategies are used, namely per-subcarrier adaptive modulation and coding. We discuss its efficiency for uniform resource allocation in terms of fundamental information-theoretic measures. These results are relevant to broadcast systems and, more generally, systems which cannot rely on a feedback channel.
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Some (known) facts on multicarrier communication / Raheli, Riccardo; M., Franceschini; R., Pighi; Ferrari, Gianluigi. - (2009), pp. 46-48. ((Intervento presentato al convegno Third Workshop on Power Line Communications tenutosi a Udine, Italy nel ottobre 2009.
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