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OFDM Transmission Technique Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexer EE 578 Assignment # 4 Mohammad Alkhodary ID:
Concept of parallel Transmission schemes The maximum delayed time of the delayed waveform is greater than 2 symbols time, therefore booth the spectrum and waveforms are distorted. Implementation Difficulties have been encountered in using adaptive equalizer at High rate. Concept of parallel Transmission
Parallel transmission Concept of parallel Transmission the delay time of the delayed waves is suppressed to within 1 symbol time.
ISI and ICI Still problems Concept of OFDM The spectra of an OFDM signal are not strictly band-limited, the distortion, due to multipath fading, causes each subchannel to spread the power into the adjacent channels. To reduce the distortion, a simple solution is to increase the symbol duration or the number of carriers. However, this method may be difficult to implement in terms of carrier stability against Doppler frequency and FFT size. parallel Transmission
ISI Solution Concept of OFDM
Received signal and Channel Equalization OFDM Receiver
OFDM Transmission Scheme The multipath fading environment in time domain is characterized by impulse responses with different delays an powers. In frequency domain, it is characterized by attenuation or enhancement of different frequencies of the impulse responses
OFDM Transmission The signal is given by: The subcarrier is given by:
When B s > B c, distortion increases but the total received power variation is less. When B s < B c, distortion is little but the total received power is attenuated. We use parallel transmission to solve this problem. The high rate is decreased as we multiplex the data while the symbol duration increases.
Guard Bands Used to eliminate ISI that appears in the received signal. T total = T g + T s T g < T s /4
BER & PER Performance Thank You
Pilot Symbol Aided OFDM Compensate for the phase and amplitude fluctuation. Pilot symbols are inserted in at the transmitter at fixed time interval. At the receiver, we estimate the channel behavior using the pilot symbols. Fluctuation is independent of pilot symbols.
Frame Format Configuration Sampling rate: 20 MHz. Modulation scheme. FEC: R= ½, K= 7 Frame format. Radio channel model.
Frame Format Using Channel Estimation
BER & PER Performance Using Channel Estimation
OFEM BER The BER depends on me level of the receiver's noise. In OFDM transmission, the orthogonality is preserved, and the BER performance depends on the modulation scheme in each subchannel. OFDM Performance