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 On the impact of the pilot density in the channel estimation of MC-CDMA systems
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title: On the impact of the pilot density in the channel estimation of MC-CDMA systems
authors: Ribeiro, C.
Gameiro, A.
issue date: 2007
publisher: IEEE
abstract: In this paper we investigate the impact of the pilot density (and associated pilot distances for both frequency and time domains) in the performance of the channel estimation for MC-CDMA systems, when using dedicated sub-carriers to transmit pilots with 2-D rectangular patterns. The analytical formulation of the channel estimation MSE for the single-user downlink scenario with a generic channel estimation scheme for a given power efficiency is presented. The attained results go beyond the commonly accepted rule of thumb that suggests that an oversampling factor of two will result in a good trade-off between performance and pilot overhead. The analytical formulation was validated by system simulations. A scenario using the 2-D LS-DFT channel estimation scheme confirmed the analytical result. The lowest channel estimation MSE for a given value of power efficiency is achieved when the pilot density is the one that closely fulfils the 2-D sampling theorem.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10773/8295
ISBN: 978-1-4244-0979-2
publisher version/DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ISWCS.2007.4392446
source: ISWCS 2007: 4th IEEE International Symposium on Wireless Communication Systems
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