The ability to receive electromagnetic waves reflected from meteor traces is the basis for the construction of meteor burst communication (MBC) systems. MBC has a low data rate (about a few dozen kilobits per second). Therefore, from the point of view of increasing the information transfer rate, we can use multi-frequency signals, for example, OFDM signals. These signals occupy a smaller frequency band, but have a high peak-to-average power ratio. In this article, we used simulation modeling to transmit information in an MBC system using multi-frequency signals under the condition of amplitude limitation on the transmitting module.