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Kaz  You are right,  the frequency offset means the frequency difference between the TX and RX due to the oscillators.
I asked the question about to recover signal from the real part of IFFT OFDM system before,Recover signal from the real part of IFFT.thanks for the responses from...

Re: Recover signal from the real part of IFFT

Reply posted 5 months ago (04/23/2021)
fred and  Detlef, thanks for replies. In the content of IEEE 1901.2, the spectral domain signal can be complex, such as DQPSK, 8DPSK or 16 QAM. In IEEE 802.11a...

Recover signal from the real part of IFFT

New thread started 5 months ago
In the IEEE 1901.2 narrow-band OFDM based  PLC standard, the IFFT is performed at the TX side to convert the signal from the frequency domain to the time domain....

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