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Application of 3GPP LTE and IEEE 802.11p Systems to Ship Ad-Hoc Network with the Existence of ISI
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 Title & Authors
Application of 3GPP LTE and IEEE 802.11p Systems to Ship Ad-Hoc Network with the Existence of ISI
Su, Xin; Hui, Bing; Chang, KyungHi; Jin, Gwangja;
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 Abstract
In order to provide high data rate and real time services under maritime environment, link-level performance of ship ad-hoc network (SANET) based on 3GPP LTE and IEEE 802.11p (WAVE) specifications are investigated and discussed in this paper. The measured maritime channel, whose delay spread is longer than the length of guard interval (GI) of both 3GPP LTE and IEEE 802.11p specifications, is adopted for the link-level simulations. For the purpose of eliminating inter-symbol interference (ISI) due to insufficient GI length, double antenna pattern (DAP) scheme and advanced time-domain decision-feedback equalizer (DFE) are proposed for LTE and WAVE systems, respectively. The proposed DFE removes the ISI in a same manner as the residual inter-symbol interference cancellation (RISIC) algorithm, but the inter-carrier interference (ICI) is reduced via cyclicity removal instead of cyclicity restoration used in the RISIC algorithm. Compared with existing schemes, our proposed DFE is a robust technique to overcome the severe ISI channel which has a comparatively large delay spread. Based on simulation results, not only comparisons between systems are discussed, but also some reformative suggestions are given.
 Keywords
SANET;DFE;Cyclicity removal;Hard decision;
 Language
English
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