Video | December 8, 2023

What Is The Complementary Cumulative Distribution Function?

Source: Wireless Telecom Group

Crest factor, also known as peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR), is a numerical value that indicates the ratio of a signal's highest power level to its average power level. Understanding signal behavior beyond a single crest factor value can be achieved through the use of a complementary cumulative distribution function (CCDF) graph. To learn more about the purpose of a CCDF graph, check out the video below.

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