Portland State University. Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Term of Graduation
Date of Publication
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Electrical and Computer Engineering
Electrical and Computer Engineering
5G, intermodulation distortion, nonlinearity, power amplifier
1 online resource (xi, 178 pages)
The collection of papers addresses various aspects of spectra and signals in RF wireless systems for 5G and beyond. The first paper focuses on the nonlinear effects of amplified dual-band OFDM signals, providing a spectrum model for intermodulation and cross-modulation. The second paper extends this analysis beyond bandwidth restrictions, enabling accurate prediction of amplified dual-band spectrum. The third paper emphasizes the significance of out-of-band intermodulation products and derives an analytical expression using third-order intercept points. The fourth paper presents a unified spectrum expression for OFDM, FBMC, and F-OFDM, facilitating comparative insights into these signals. The fifth paper explores second-order intermodulation in wideband RF communications and proposes a power spectrum model to quantify its impact. Finally, the sixth paper extends the analysis to fourth-order intermodulation and establishes a comprehensive power spectrum model encompassing even- and odd-order intermodulation distortions. The findings contribute to the understanding of the modeling of spectra and signals, providing valuable insights for RF engineers, spectrum planners, and researchers in the field.
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Yang, Xianzhen, "Modeling of Signals and Spectra: 5G and Beyond" (2023). Dissertations and Theses. Paper 6513.
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