Extensionless adaptive transmitter and receiver windowing of beyond 5G frames
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CitationPeköz, B., Köse, S. ve Arslan, H. (2020). Extensionless adaptive transmitter and receiver windowing of beyond 5G frames. IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 69(2), 1888-1902. https://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TVT.2019.2961915
Newer cellular communication generations are planned to allow asynchronous transmission of multiple numerologies (waveforms with different parameters) in adjacent bands, creating unavoidable adjacent channel interference. Most prior work on windowing assume additional extensions reserved for windowing, which does not comply with standards. Whether windowing should be applied at the transmitter or the receiver was not questioned. In this work, we propose two independent algorithms that are implemented at the transmitter and receiver, respectively. These algorithms estimate the transmitter and receiver windowing duration of each resource element (RE) with an aim to improve fair proportional network throughput. While doing so, we solely utilize the available extension that was defined in the standard and present standard-compliant algorithms that also do not require any modifications on the counterparts or control signaling. Furthermore, computationally efficient techniques to apply per-RE transmitter and receiver windowing to signals synthesized and analyzed using conventional cyclic prefix-orthogonal frequency division multiplexing are derived and their computational complexities are analyzed. The spectrotemporal relations between optimum window durations at either side, as well as functions of the excess signal-to-noise ratios, the subcarrier spacings and the throughput gains provided over previous similar techniques are numerically verified.