Time domain synchronous OFDM based on simultaneous multi-channel reconstruction

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Authors Linglong Dai, Jintao Wang, Zhaocheng Wang, Paschalis Tsiaflakis, Marc Moonen
Journal/Conference Name IEEE International Conference on Communications…
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Paper Abstract Time domain synchronous OFDM (TDS-OFDM) can achieve a higher spectrum efficiency than standard cyclic prefix OFDM (CP-OFDM). Currently, it can support constellations up to 64QAM, but cannot support higher-order constellations like 256QAM due to the residual mutual interferences between the pseudorandom noise (PN) guard interval and the OFDM data block. To solve this problem, we break the traditional approach of iterative interference cancellation and propose the idea of using multiple inter-block-interference (IBI)-free regions of very small size to realize simultaneous multi-channel reconstruction under the framework of structured compressive sensing, whereby the sparsity nature of wireless channels as well as the characteristic that path delays vary much slower than path gains are jointly exploited. In this way, the mutually conditional time-domain channel estimation and frequency-domain data demodulation in TDS-OFDM can be decoupled without the use of IBI removal. We then propose the adaptive simultaneous orthogonal matching pursuit (A-SOMP) algorithm with low complexity to realize accurate multi-channel reconstruction, whose performance is close to the Cramér-Rao lower bound (CRLB). Simulation results confirm that the proposed scheme can support 256QAM without changing the current signal structure, so the spectrum efficiency can be increased by about 30%.
Date of publication 2013
Code Programming Language MATLAB

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