Electrical Engineering Dept, University of Technology, Baghdad, Iraq.


The technology has been growing rapidly in the form of portable wireless devices that can perform multiple functions to cope with the state-of-the-art technology and synchronization. A total device capacity must be increased to accommodate new wireless applications. This can be achieved by leveraging new technologies, with higher data rates. Spectrum pooling has gained immense popularity, with increased demand for frequency range and bandwidth availability constraints. Statistics suggest that much of the spectrum licensed is not used all the time. Because of the transmitter's nonlinearity nature, the large (peak to average power ratio (PAPR)) phenomenon is a drawback in orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM). Several hybrid approaches have recently been implemented to minimize PAPR's high value, at the expense of increasing the level of computational complexity in the system. In this paper, a new hybrid approach has been introduced in parallel to combine the selective mapping approach (SLM) with the partial transmit sequence (PTS) approach to improve the efficiency of PAPR reduction with lower numerical method complexity. The findings reveal that the OFDM systems with the proposed hybrid approach have better efficiency in terms of PAPR elimination, side-information, and computational complexity compared to current hybrid methods. Also, a hybrid approach proposed output could be maintained without degradation.