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By Hadi Alasti

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An interference tolerant OFDMA scheme is proposed for multiuser wireless communications with specific application in femto cells. An interleaved set of subcarriers is dedicated to each user to provide with a high order of frequency diversity. A reduced complexity digital implementation of the technique is proposed and discussed for the interleaved sub-carrier arrangement. Both inter-symbol interference and other-user interference are mitigated using a proper cyclic extension, provided that the relative propagation delays of the users are an integer multiple of a symbol period. The effect of other-user interference due to non-integer propagation delays is investigated using computer simulations. The bit error rate performance and signal to interference ratio are presented for a few example systems over both an Additive White Gaussian Noise (AWGN) and a frequency selective Rayleigh fading channel. The amount of other-user interference is shown to be reduced as the number of sub-carriers per user is increased. The effect of design parameters on the interference level is discussed

Topics: Interference, Cyclic extension
Year: 2011
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