|Autors: Stoynov, V. R., Mihaylova, D. A., Valkova-Jarvis, Z. V., Iliev, G. L., Poulkov, V. K.|
Title: An Investigation of Flexible Waveform Numerologies for 5G V2I Cellular Networks from a Physical Layer Perspective
Keywords: 5G; F-OFDM; FBMC; flexible numerology; OFDM; UDN; UFMC; W-OFDM
Abstract: In the context of 5th generation (5G) wireless networks, the overall performance improvement together with excellent levels of user experience/satisfaction and a variety of intelligent services are of great importance. The physical layer implementation, and in particular the waveform schemes and modulation techniques, need to offer sufficient flexibility, high interference immunity, efficient spectrum utilization, reduced Out-of-Band (OOB) emissions etc. This is especially important in high mobility scenarios such as Vehicle-to-Infrastructure (V2I) communications in Ultra Dense Networks (UDN). In this paper, the effects on downlink communication of different waveforms based on Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) using distinct numerology settings are compared. Several scenarios are introduced that take into account the impact of channel delay spread and the speed of User Equipment (UE) movement on achieving better vehicular UDN network performance. Finally, this work's..
1. Berker Peköz, Selçuk Köse, Hüseyin Arslan, Flexibility through hybrid waveforms, Flexible and Cognitive Radio Access Technologies for 5G and Beyond (journal), Publication date: 2020/10/22 - 2020 - от чужди автори в чужди издания, неиндексирани в Scopus или Web of Science
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