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OFDM Multiple Antennas Cognitive Radio Relay CDMA Synchronization Channel Estimation Spectrum Sharing Interference Cancellation Full duplex Spectrum Sensing Resource Allocation Neural Networks Stochastic Geometry Equalizer Bi-Directional Feedback Femtocell Energy Harvesting Heterogeneous Networks Device-to-Device (D2D) Cross-link interference Cell Search Idle cells NOMA HetNet Ultra-dense small cell networks Spectral efficiency FBMC SINR mismatch problem Dynamic TDD interference management Sub-band filtering Mobility eigen decomposition outage probability Railway selection diversity Handoff Asynchronous Transmission flexible duplex 5G achievable sum rate interference mitigation Preamble Deep learning Grant-free Transmission MLP in-band full-duplex system sensing duration Correlated MIMO Simultaneous Sensing and Transmission transmission capacity (TC) Two-way communications Filtered OFDM automatic repeat request (ARQ) UWB full-duplex cellular OQAM bursty traffic model mode selection Bi-directional full-duplex Heterogeneous channel estimation capability Cognitive relay networks Channel estimation error multi-spectral pilot signal resource size control interference to noise ratio link reliability Coexistence scenarios mixed numerology Cooperative systems Resource management LTE-based V2V Vehicle-to-vehicle communication CP-OFDM full-spreading NOMA massive connectivity non-orthogonal multiple access Singular Vale Decomposition prototype filter Vehicle-to-Vehicle Reliability C-V2V Intentional frequency offset (IFO) B5G Multiple access Asynchronism Degree of freedom (DoF) Asynchronous non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) TDD configuration 6G Cell-free tabu-search Complexity Computation offloading Full-duplex Coexisting network Edge computing HST
|Title :||Channel Estimation with a New Preamble Structure for a MIMO OFDM-based WLAN System|
|Authors :||Jihyung Kim, Sangho Nam, Donjun Lee, Jonghan Kim, Jongdae Park, Daesik Hong|
|Journal :||IEICE Trasactions on Communications|
|Abstract :||In this letter, we propose a new preamble structure for channel estimation in a MIMO OFDM-based WLAN system. Both backward compatibility with IEEE 802.11a and low overhead are considered in designing the preamble. Simulation results show that the proposed preamble has low overhead and good performance gain for channel estimation.|
Jihyung KIM, Sangho NAM, Dongjun LEE, Jonghan KIM, Jongae PARK and Daesik HONG, “Channel Estimation with a New Preamble Structure for a MIMO OFDM-Based WLAN System”, IEICE Trans. Commun., Vol. E91.B, No. 2, pp.649-652, 2008 .