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 Efficient Transmitter and Receiver Designs for SC-FDMA Based Heterogeneous Networks
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title: Efficient Transmitter and Receiver Designs for SC-FDMA Based Heterogeneous Networks
authors: Castanheira, D.
Silva, A.
Dinis, R.
Gameiro, A.
keywords: Heterogeneous networks
SC-FDMA
Interference alignment
IB-DFE
Quantization
issue date: 2015
publisher: IEEE
abstract: In this manuscript, we consider the uplink of a single carrier frequency division multiple access (SC-FDMA) based system, where a set of small-cells coexist with a macro-cell using the same spectrum. To deal with both the inter-carrier interference (ICI) and inter-system interference, we combine interference alignment (IA) precoding at the small-cell transmitters with iterative decision feedback equalization at the macro-receiver. The transmitter and receiver design is performed jointly by considering both full-coordination and limited inter-system information exchange between macro- and small-cells. At the small cells side, we assume that the access points are connected through a limited capacity backhaul network to a central unit, where the separation of a quantized version of the small-cell signals is performed. For this case, the iterative feedback equalizer is designed by explicitly taking into account the impact of signal quantization. Moreover, a semi-analytical approach for the performance of the proposed schemes is provided. The results show that the proposed schemes are robust to both inter-system and inter-carrier interferences and thus are able to efficiently separate the macro- and small-cells spatial streams under limited information exchange.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/18462
ISSN: 0090-6778
publisher version/DOI: https://doi.org/10.1109/TCOMM.2015.2434383
source: IEEE Transactions on Communications
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