Design Simulation and Assessment of Energy Efficient FBMC System for 5G Communication System


  • Vikas, Dr. Krishna Meel



Channel capacity and Peak Average to Power Ratio (PAPR) are essential elements in offering dependable communication through wireless medium in wireless communication system. The rating of an amplifier in an Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) system, as well as prospective future candidates of 5G systems such as Filter Bank Multicarrier (FBMC) and Universal Filtered Multicarrier (UFMC), affected by a high peak to average power ratio. The demand for channel capacity fluctuates due to the growing number of wireless network users. This paper recommended a low PAPR FBMC method, showing excellent performance in terms of PAPR reduction gain, overhead computation complexity and overhead SI compared to the current PAPR reduction scheme. In order to further increase the reduction in PAPR we have developed four variants of FBMC waveforms for DFT expansion, ITSM and the selected with the smallest peak capacity. In order to further reduce the PAPR rate of DFT expansion we have produced four different versions. After implementation of the proposed algorithm, the PAPR of the FBMC method has been considerably reduced. Following use of DFT propagation and ITSM conditioning, PAPR was decreased by 25 percent. The side data, which is persistent with traditional PAPR reduction techniques like cutting, partial transmission series, and selective mapping, is also disabled. The proposed device improves the transmitters' lifetime and efficiency through waveform accuracy. The study begun was planned to reduce the limitations of contending waveforms in order to create a resourceful communication system.




How to Cite

Dr. Krishna Meel, V. . (2022). Design Simulation and Assessment of Energy Efficient FBMC System for 5G Communication System. Mathematical Statistician and Engineering Applications, 71(2), 28–41.