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A Non-Gaussianity-Aware Receiver for Impulsive Noise Mitigation in Underwater Communications.

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  • Li, Hua1 lihua2016_ustb@163.com
    Dong, Yuanyuan1 dongyuanyuan_ustb@126.com
    Gong, Caihong1 gongcaihong_ustb@163.com
    Zhang, Zhenyu1 zzydq1@163.com
    Wang, Xiyuan2 wangxiyuan@bistu.edu
    Dai, Xiaoming1 cyjxiaoming@gmail.com
  • IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. Jun2021, Vol. 70 Issue 6, p6018-6028. 11p.
  • Impulsive noise significantly deteriorates the performance of orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM)-based underwater acoustic (UWA) communication systems. The pulse blanking (PB) based approach can mitigate the impulsive noise. However, it causes inter-carrier interference (ICI) and signal attenuation to the receiver. In this work, we first show that the ICI introduces pronounced non-Gaussianity to the receiver chain and leads to significant performance degradation. We then propose a non-Gaussianity-aware iterative ICI cancelation scheme to mitigate the adverse impacts of PB. A companding transformation scheme is incorporated into the soft symbol computation to alleviate the non-Gaussianity of the log-likelihood ratios (LLRs) caused by the residual ICI and impulsive noise. Simulation results illustrate that the proposed non-Gaussianity-aware iterative receiver achieves significant performance gains over the conventional non-Gaussianity-agnostic one with even lower computational complexity. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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