Experimental Study of the Phase Noise in K-band ARoF systems for Low Complexity 5G receivers

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Abstract

In this paper, an experimental analysis of the phase noise in an OFDM ARoF setup at 25 GHz for beyond 5G is presented. The configuration of the setup allows to gradually scale the final phase noise level of the system. Moreover, an OFDM phase noise mitigation method with low complexity and delay is proposed and explained. The proposed method is an advanced version of the LI-CPE algorithm. The advanced LI-CPE version avoids the one OFDM symbol delay of its antecedent. In addition, the yields of using both methods are shown under different phase noise levels and with different subcarrier spacings. Finally, it is experimentally proven that the proposed method performs better than its previous version.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication2020 National Symposium of the International Scientific Radio Union (URSI)
Publication statusPublished - 4 Sep 2020
EventURSI Malaga 2020 - Málaga, Málaga, Spain
Duration: 2 Sep 20204 Sep 2020
https://ursimalaga2020.es/

Conference

ConferenceURSI Malaga 2020
CountrySpain
CityMálaga
Period2/09/204/09/20
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Keywords

  • 5G
  • 5G mobile communications
  • mm-Wave
  • OFDM
  • phase noise
  • DSP

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    Tafur Monroy, I., Tafur Monroy, I., Kurtic-Brajic, M., Kurtic-Brajic, M., van der Avoird, M., Witteveen, F., Konstantinou, D., Perez Santacruz, J., Sanders, R. & Rommel, S.

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    Perez Santacruz, J., Rommel, S., Jurado-Navas, A., Johannsen, U., & Tafur Monroy, I. (2020). Experimental Study of the Phase Noise in K-band ARoF systems for Low Complexity 5G receivers. In 2020 National Symposium of the International Scientific Radio Union (URSI)