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Status : Presented 
Date : 2016-07 
Title : Inter-Cell Interference Suppression at Wireless Vehicle Access Networks with Distributed Subcarrier Mapped OFDM 
Authors : Garam Yu, Haesoon Lee, Joonki Kim, and Daesik Hong 
Conference : ITC-CSCC 
Abstract : In the wireless vehicle access networks (WVAN), the inter-cell interference (ICI) is the main barrier of the stable and fast vehicular communication services. We propose a ICI suppression technique by using the Distributed Subcarrier Mapped Orthogonal Freqeuncy Division Multiplexing (DS-OFDM) for WVAN. Compared to the Localized Subcarrier Mapped OFDM (LS-OFDM), DS-OFDM has a merit of reducing the intensity of inter-cell interference in fast moving vehicle circumstances thanks to Doppler spreading effect. Numerical results show that DS-OFDM outperforms LS-OFDM in terms of outage probability espeically when we set the threshold SINR lower than the average of SINR. 


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» [ITC-CSCC] Garam Yu, Haesoon Lee, Joonki Kim, and Daesik Hong, "Inter-Cell Interference Suppression at Wireless Vehicle Access Networks with Distributed Subcarrier Mapped OFDM," ITC-CSCC 2016 file Presented  2016-07 
1 [ITC-CSCC] Myeongsu Han, Sungeun Lee, Junghyun Kim, Seungyoup Han and Daesik Hong, "Cooperative Diversity using Relay-based Sub-band Shifting Method for OFDM Transmission over Partially Jammed Channels", ITC-CSCC, July 2007 file Presented  2007-07