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Priori-Aided Detection for Generalized Space-and-Frequency Index Modulation Systems With Multi-Carrier Frequency Offset.

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  • Zhao, Yan1 zyshitou@126.com
    Xiao, Yue1 xiaoyue@uestc.edu.cn
    Lei, Xia1 leixia@uestc.edu.cn
    Yang, Ping1 yang.ping@uestc.edu.cn
    Xiang, Wei2 wei.xiang@jcu.edu.au
  • IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology. Oct2019, Vol. 68 Issue 10, p10330-10334. 5p.
  • In this paper, two priori-aided detectors are proposed for generalized space-and-frequency index modulation (GSFIM) systems with the objective of mitigating the effect of the multi-carrier frequency offset (CFO). Specifically, based on the priori information, the first- and second-order moments of the sparse GSFIM transmit signal are calculated, and the inter-carrier interference (ICI) is cancelled via soft interference cancellation. Furthermore, unlike cancellation-based detectors only treating the signals from other transmit frequency-interval as interference to be cancelled, a multipath-based iterative detector is proposed by treating all the signals from the same transmit frequency-interval as multi-path gains, yielding a favorable system performance. Simulation results demonstrate that the proposed detectors are capable of effectively mitigating the effect of multiple CFOs and of providing considerable system performance improvements at a moderate expense of the complexity. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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