Potential limits of frequency division multiplexing of N-OFDM signals based on Hartley’s basis functions


  • Vadym I. Slyusar Central Research Institute of Armaments and Military Equipment of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, Ukraine https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2912-3149
  • K. A. Vasil'ev Poltava Military Institute of Telecommunications, Ukraine




The limiting capabilities of the frequency division multiplexing of signals generated by using the N-OFDM method based on the Hartley transform have been studied. The validity of the appropriate Cramer-Rao lower bound for estimates of signal amplitudes was examined by simulation modeling.


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