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Adaptive filtered OFDM with regular resource grid

Petra Weitkemper; Jamal Bazzi; Katsutoshi Kusume; Anass Benjebbour; Yoshihisa Kishiyama;
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  • Published: 23 May 2016
  • Publisher: IEEE
This paper proposes a simple, but efficient solution to avoid a potential problem for filtered OFDM (F-OFDM) that may violate regular resource grid structure. F-OFDM is an extension of OFDM by additional per-subband filtering and a well-localized filter can be utilized to significantly lower the out-of-band radiation that can mitigate interference in asynchronous access. Even with the filtering, additional guard bands that carry no data may be needed between the subbands for different users to keep the interference level sufficiently low. The required guard bandwidth may vary since various aspects should be taken into account such as interference power, modulati...
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free text keywords: Guard (information security), Passband, Electronic engineering, Interference (wave propagation), Filter (signal processing), Asynchronous communication, Computer science, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing, Real-time computing, Grid, Bandwidth (signal processing)
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  • Funding stream: H2020 | RIA
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