|Title||Rectifier Nonlinearity Effects on 4G and 5G Wireless Systems|
|Authors||Olukoya, O. and Budimir, D.|
In this paper, a waveform comparison and rectifier nonlinearity effects on 4G and 5G wireless systems are presented. The 3 MHz CP-OFDM and 5G FBMC signals are used in Matlab simulations. It is noted that 3 MHz CP-OFDM signals have larger side-lobes in comparison with 5G FBMC signals. The 5G FBMC signals have stepper slope at the edges and very low out-of-band leakage. The simulated output spectra densities of the rectifier for 3 MHz LTE and 5G FBMC signals at 1.5 GHz are illustrated.
|Keywords||Rectifiers, 4G signals, 5G signals, Peak-to-average-power ratio (PAPR), Filter Bank Multicarrier (FBMC) Power spectra densities (PSD), Nonlinear distortion.|
|Conference||IEEE MTT-S International Microwave and RF Conference (IMaRC2018)|
|Accepted author manuscript|
|Published||28 Nov 2018|
|Web address (URL) of conference proceedings||http://imarc2019-ieee.org/IMaRC2019_Proceedings.zip|