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Paper on orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing
Course:- Electrical Engineering
Length: 5
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Write a paper on Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing with advantages, disadvantages and uses.

The format includes:

1.

a. Examples of network system
b. Advantages of OFDM
c. Disadvantages of OFDM

2.

a. Advantages from user's perspective
b. Equipment designer perspective
c. Network model and standard

3.

a. Aftermath (results)
b. Who should bear cost?
c. Precedent is net neutrality in UNITED STATES

4.

a. References

Total pages included in this papaer is 5.




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