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Adaptive Subcarrier Block Modulation with Differentially Modulated Pilot Symbol Assistance for Downlink OFDM Using Uplink Delay Spread
Chang-Jun AHN Satoshi TAKAHASHI Hiroshi HARADA Yukiyoshi KAMIO Iwao SASASE
IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Fundamentals of Electronics, Communications and Computer Sciences
Publication Date: 2005/07/01
Print ISSN: 0916-8508
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Multi-dimensional Mobile Information Networks)
Category: Wireless Communication Technology
DMPSA-ASMS/OFDM, MLI, coherence bandwidth, RMS delay spread,
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In AMS/OFDM systems, base station is in control of the modulation level of each subcarrier, and then, adaptive modulated packet is transmitted from the base station to the mobile station. In this case, the mobile station is required the modulation level information (MLI) to demodulate the received packet. The MLI is generally transmitted as a data symbol, therefore, the throughput is degraded. In an OFDM, the channel response at a particular subcarrier frequency is not supposed to be totally different from its neighboring frequencies, and hence, they must have correlation which depends on the coherence bandwidth of the channel Bc. If we could assign the same modulation level for coherently faded subcarrier block, MLI is required only one time for each subcarrier block. Moreover, we can assign the data on the empty space of pilot signals for increasing the total transmission. In this paper, we propose an adaptive subcarrier block modulation with differentially modulated pilot symbol assistance for downlink OFDM using uplink delay spread.