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In this letter, the constant amplitude transmission for orthogonal multicode systems is discussed. In order to obtain the high power efficiency, we require the high power amplifier which has non-linear characteristic. The nonlinear distortion, however, may occur because of the multicode signals having large amplitude fluctuations. If we can achieve the constant amplitude transmission, the nonlinear distortion can be neglected. In this letter, I investigate the property of the information bit streams that can achieve the constant amplitude transmission and show that the bent sequences can achieve the constant amplitude transmission.

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- IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals Vol.E83-A No.11 pp.2160-2164

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- 2000/11/25

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Tadahiro WADA, "Characteristic of Bit Sequences Applicable to Constant Amplitude Orthogonal Multicode Systems" in IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals,
vol. E83-A, no. 11, pp. 2160-2164, November 2000, doi: .

Abstract: In this letter, the constant amplitude transmission for orthogonal multicode systems is discussed. In order to obtain the high power efficiency, we require the high power amplifier which has non-linear characteristic. The nonlinear distortion, however, may occur because of the multicode signals having large amplitude fluctuations. If we can achieve the constant amplitude transmission, the nonlinear distortion can be neglected. In this letter, I investigate the property of the information bit streams that can achieve the constant amplitude transmission and show that the bent sequences can achieve the constant amplitude transmission.

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