We generalize the construction proposed by A. Paskiewich of an example of an orthonormal system which establishes the sharpness of the Men’shov-Rademacher theorem. The connection of his example with that of Men’shov is elucidated.
Key wordsorthonormal system almost-everywhere convergence Weyl multiplier Hilbert matrix system of Price functions Haar measure p-adic expansion
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