Filtered OFDM: A new waveform for future wireless systems

2015 IEEE 16th International Workshop on Signal Processing Advances in Wireless Communications (SPAWC)(2015)

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A spectrally-localized waveform is proposed based on filtered orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (f-OFDM). By allowing the filter length to exceed the cyclic prefix (CP) length of OFDM and designing the filter appropriately, the proposed f-OFDM waveform can achieve a desirable frequency localization for bandwidths as narrow as a few tens of subcarriers, while keeping the inter-symbol interference/inter-carrier interference (ISI/ICI) within an acceptable limit. Enabled by the proposed f-OFDM, an asynchronous filtered orthogonal frequency division multiple access (f-OFDMA)/filtered discrete-Fourier transform-spread OFDMA (f-DFT-S-OFDMA) scheme is introduced, which uses the spectrum shaping filter at each transmitter for side lobe leakage elimination and a bank of filters at the receiver for inter-user interference rejection. Per-user downsampling and short fast Fourier transform (FFT) are used at the receiver to ensure a reasonable complexity of implementation. The proposed scheme removes the inter-user time-synchronization overhead required in the synchronous OFDMA/DFT-S-OFDMA. The performance of the asynchronous f-OFDMA is evaluated and compared with that of the universal-filtered OFDM (UF-OFDM), proposed in [1], [2].
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f-OFDM,f-OFDMA,asynchronous multiple access,UF-OFDM,OFDMA,DFT-S-OFDMA
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