Application of height platforms and technology of OFDM in the telecommunication systems of 4G
Keywords:telecommunication systems, 4G, OFDM, energy efficiency
Questions of passing to the telecommunication systems of fourth generation with application of height platforms and technology of OFDM are considered. There are considered of power efficiency of these systems.
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