Chicken Swarm Optimization for PTS based PAPR Reduction in OFDM Systems

Published online: Jul 17, 2020 Full Text: PDF (1.91 MiB) DOI: 10.24138/jcomss.v16i3.999
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Saruti Gupta, Ashish Goel


Partial transmit sequence (PTS) is a well-known PAPR reduction scheme for the OFDM system. One of the major challenge of this scheme is to find an optimal phase vector using exhaustive search over all the allowed phase factor combinations. This leads to increased search complexity which grows exponentially as the number of sub-blocks is increased. In this paper, chicken swarm optimization (CSO) based PTS system is designed that aims to find an optimal solution in less number of average iterations and therefore results in reduced computational complexity of the system. We have proposed two categories of the algorithm: (i) CSO-PTS system without threshold limit on PAPR (ii) CSO-PTS system with threshold limit on PAPR. Both the schemes offer effective trade-offs between the computational complexity and the PAPR reduction capability of the system. Simulation results confirm that our proposed schemes perform well in terms of low computational complexity, lesser number of average iterations and improved PAPR reduction capability of the OFDM signal without any loss in BER performance of the system.


Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM), Peak to Average Power Ratio (PAPR), partial transmit sequence (PTS)
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