Welcome to our course on OFDM-SPM (orthogonal frequency division multiplexing with subcarrier power modulation), a novel OFDM modulation technique for future wireless communication systems.
In this course, you will be introduced to orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing with SPM and guided through its inner workings by your instructor Abdulwahab Hajar, co-author of a number of articles that brought OFDM-SPM into the telecommunication systems literature.
The course will introduce orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing with SPM, explain why it is needed, clearly describe the working concept, go over the design specifics in terms of transmission and reception (modulation and demodulation) in detail, showcase the gains which orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing with SPM achieves over its counterparts and conventional OFDM modulation, present the simulation results of this scheme and translate them to performance measures, and last but not least, provide the viewer with ideas about how OFDM-SPM can be improved.
What Will You Learn?
- The course will equip the student with the following:
- - An intuitive and strong understanding of OFDM-SPM, its working concepts, transceiver structure, its specifics and constraints in both the modulation and demodulation stages, and furthermore, the benefits and gains to using OFDM-SPM.
- - A touch of novelty, as the course brings forth to the student, a novel modulation scheme, which by adding an extra data carrying dimension to a pre-existing technology was able to obtain great gains.
- - Some insight into simulation results, and how these ultimately signify the performance of modulation schemes.
- - An understanding of what is needed in state of the art, modern day modulation schemes.
- - The motivation and ideas to continue with further research on this topic, especially since the code can be purchased from researcher store. This gives the student the opportunity to see what's happening behind the scenes, and modify ODFM-SPM to perhaps attain better results.