Perpendicular rate of recurrence splitting up a group of numeral television or radio channels that are mixed together for broadcast Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing which can be a potential diffusion method for elevating the transmission capacity of the communication systems. In spite of the significance of OFDM, the primary issue of the peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) which augments communication system complications, reduces the effectiveness of the communication system, resulting in low performance of bit-error-rate (BER), and making OFDM perceptive toward non-linear distortion within a broadcast. Various techniques were projected for treating PAPR issues, inclusive of partial transmit sequence (PTS) which captivated great interest. Thus, this paper proposed a hybrid method inclusive of a boosted PTS scheme with Mu-law compressing and expanding approach. The PTS approach was boosted through boosting its sub-block partitioning scheme, the place where the aggrandized partitioning scheme consolidated a conventional interleaved partitioning into an adjacent partitioning scheme. The present merger concerning Mu-Law characteristic in time domain for PAPR reduction in OFDM fundamentally boosts PAPR diminution performance. Accordingly, though the simulated pseudorandom sub-block partition method improved PAPR diminution supplementary further than other sub-block partition schemes appertaining to conventional PTS, while maintaining low computational complexity. The findings show that the boosted PTS scheme with Mu-law expanding approach, whilst upholding low computational complexity, achieves considerably superior to the pseudorandom partitioning PTS with regard to various type of modulation format and subcarriers.