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sub·car·ri·er

 (sŭb′kăr′ē-ər)
n. Physics
A section of a transmitted wave used to modify the information-carrying section of the wave.

subcarrier

(ˈsʌbˌkærɪə)
n
(Broadcasting) a subsidiary carrier wave that is modulated with information and applied as modulation to a main carrier wave that is already modulated with other information
Translations
Hilfsträger
sous-porteuse
부분송파
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In [9], a subcarrier and bit allocation scheme is obtained with a goal of minimizing the overall transmit power while meeting a constant bit-rate.
Zero padding symbols are inserted by using subcarrier allocation block.
Due to the effect of CTI in OFDMA, the outage rate is analysed in [6], where GA and Particle Swarm Optimization (PSO) based dynamic subcarrier allocation had been proposed.
As a result of subcarrier grouping, system bandwidth could be described in terms of a set of subcarrier groups, C ={[C.
The proprietary signal is a multicarrier OFDM signal with a subcarrier spacing of 75 kHz.
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where n is the time index, X[k] is the data symbol on the fcth subcarrier, k denotes the subcarrier index, and N is the number of the subcarriers.
SNR of each subcarrier is estimated using BPSK-OFDM to implement adaptive bit and power loading in VLC system.
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This also determined the subcarrier spacing to be 312.
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