An Implementation of Partial Transmit Sequences to Design Energy Efficient Underwater Acoustic OFDM Communication System

07/02/2020 ∙ by Waleed Raza, et al. ∙ 0

In this article we research about underwater acoustics transceivers. As Underwater acoustic transceivers consume more power than Radio frequency transceivers. The techniques which are being utilized in radio frequency cannot be implemented directly in underwater acoustic system it needs to be re investigated to design new methods. To achieve reliable acoustic data transmission new techniques should be achieved or the traditional Orthogonal frequency divisional multiplexing techniques should be revised. The power consumption also relies upon underwater acoustic signal propagation and transmission distances. Several underwater acoustic applications require long-term monitoring of the sea. For the battery powered modems, it becomes very serious problem. By designing an Energy efficient OFDM Communication system we can solve this problem. We study about peak to average power ratio in an Orthogonal frequency divisional multiplexing system by reducing the major draw-back of OFDM system. The PAPR reduction utilized in this paper is Partial Transmit Sequences for underwater acoustic OFDM communication system which has lesser complexity. The results have provided better performance in underwater acoustic OFDM communication system.



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