Orthogonal transmission schemes constitute the foundations of both our present and future communication standards. One of the major drawback of orthogonal transmission schemes is their high dynamical behaviour, which can be measured by the so called Peakto–Average power value – the ratio between the peak value (i.e. -norm) and the average power (i.e., -norm) of a signal. This undesired behaviour of orthogonal schemes has remarkable negative impacts on the performance, the energy-efficiency, and the maintain cost of the transmission systems. In this work, we give some discussions concerning to the problem of reduction of the high dynamics of an orthogonal transmission scheme. We show that this problem is connected with some mathematical fields, such as functional analysis (Hahn-Banach Theorem and Baire Category), additive combinatorics (Szeméredi Theorem, Green-Tao Theorem on arithmetic progressions in the primes, sparse Szeméredi type Theorems by Conlon and Gowers, and the famous Erd˝os problem on arithmetic progressions), and both trigonometric and non-trigonometric harmonic analysis.