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Key Techniques and Performance Comparison of 5G New Waveform Technologies
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Key Techniques and Performance Comparison of 5G New Waveform Technologies
Kang, Hyeon Su; Song, Young Bae; Kwon, Doyle; Kim, Duk Kyung;
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 Abstract
In order to satisfy 5th generation mobile system`s requirements, recently many works have been done in various layers. Especially in physical layer, new waveforms like Filter bank Multi-Carrier(FBMC), Universal Filtered Multi-Carrier(UFMC), Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing(GFDM) have been proposed and their performance have been evaluated. But most previous researches have provided limited information by comparing couple new waveforms each other with different assumptions and simulation parameters. In this paper, we investigate the key technique of each 5G new waveform, and compare them in various aspects and the same simulation environment, and finally provide what waveform is appropriate in different application scenarios.
 Keywords
5G waveform;Filter Bank Multi-Carrier(FBMC);Univeral Filtered Multi-Carrier (UFMC);Generalized Frequency Division Multiplexing(GFDM);
 Language
Korean
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