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Title: Reconfigurable Multi-Standard Uplink MIMO Receiver with Partial Interference Cancellation
Author: Yin, Bei; Amiri, Kiarash; Cavallaro, Joseph R.; Guo, Yuanbin
Type: Conference Paper
Publisher: IEEE
Citation: B. Yin, K. Amiri, J. R. Cavallaro and Y. Guo,"Reconfigurable Multi-Standard Uplink MIMO Receiver with Partial Interference Cancellation," in IEEE International Conference on Communication (ICC), 2012, pp. 6282-6286.
Abstract: As HSPA/HSPA+ and LTE/LTE-A evolve in parallel, the reconfigurability of a receiver to support multiple standards has become more and more important, especially for small cells. In this paper, we first suggest a reconfigurable multistandard uplink MIMO receiver based on a frequency domain equalizer. Then, to improve the performance, we propose two low-complexity partial iterative interference cancellation (IC) schemes to deal with the residual inter-chip and inter-antenna interference in HSPA/HSPA+ and the residual inter-symbol and inter-antenna interference in LTE/LTE-A. Compared with a receiver consisting of separate HSPA/HSPA+ and LTE/LTE-A uplink receivers, this reconfigurable receiver can save up to 66.9% complexity. Moreover, the two partial IC schemes have negligible performance loss compared with full IC scheme. They can achieve 2 dB gains in both standards with only 15.2% additional complexity to no IC scheme.
Date Published: 2012-06-01

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