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Evaluation of waveforms for mobile radio communications above 6 GHz

Published on 13 June 2017
Evaluation of waveforms for mobile radio communications above 6 GHz
Zaidi A.A., Luo J., Gerzaguet R., Wang H., Chen X., Qi Y., Cassiau N., Wolfgang A., Vihriälä J., Kakkavas A., Svensson T., Mohammadi J., Weiler R.J., Dieudonne M., Halbauer H., Molés-Cases V., Miao H.
Source-Title2016 IEEE Globecom Workshops, GC Wkshps 2016 - Proceedings
Ericsson Research, United States, Huawei Technologies Duesseldorf GmbH, Germany, CEA Leti, France, Keysight Technologies, France, Qamcom Research and Technology, France, Samsung Electronics (UK) Ltd, South Korea, Nokia Bell Labs, South Korea, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden, Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute, Germany, Alcatel-Lucent Deutschland AG, Germany, Intel Deutschland GmbH, Germany
This paper provides a high level comparison of several multi-carrier and single-carrier waveforms based on the evaluations performed in mmMAGIC project. The waveforms are assessed for the performance indicators that are relevant to mobile radio communication above 6 GHz, especially the millimeter wave frequencies. The evaluations are performed in mmMAGIC waveform simulators under common assumptions on carrier frequencies, waveform parameters, channel and impairment models. The evaluation results reveal that OFDM is suitable for above 6 GHz communication. For above ?30 GHz communication, OFDM with PAPR reduction and DFTS-OFDM are both promising options. Moreover, some potential enhancements to OFDM (use of window/pulse shape, subband filters, unique word, zero tailing), parametrization of FBMC, and constrained envelop continuous phase modulation for above 6 GHz communication have been discussed. © 2016 IEEE.
Communication channels (information theory), Millimeter waves, Modulation, Phase modulation, Carrier frequency, Continuous phase modulation, Evaluation results, Millimeter wave frequencies, Mobile radiocommunications, Parametrizations, Performance indicators, Waveform parameters, Radio communication

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