Analysis performance of wavelet OFDM in mobility platforms
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Universidad de Alcalá
Pinto-Benel, F.A., Blanco-Velasco, M. & Cruz-Roldan, F. 2021, "Analysis performance of wavelet OFDM in mobility platforms", Vehicular Communications, vol. 31, art. no. 100373.
Power line communications (PLC)
Multicarrier modulation (MCM)
Filter bank multicarrier (FBMC)
Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0)
Wavelet orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is one of the medium access techniques recommended by the IEEE 1901 working group for broadband communications over electrical networks, and is under consideration for IoT applications. This standard provides a flexible architecture supporting integrated access, smart grid, building, in-home, and mobility platform (vehicle) applications. Wavelet OFDM is a filter bank multicarrier system based on the extended lapped transform, in which the transmitting and receiving filters are obtained from a waveform provided by the standard. In this paper, we explore system performance when other waveforms are employed, studying the trade-off between stopband attenuation and transition band width. Furthermore, an alternative and more efficient way of obtaining the theoretical expressions of the achievable data rate is shown, assuming realistic power line communication noise other than additive white Gaussian noise. To demonstrate the capabilities of wavelet OFDM, the results of simulation of the symbol error rate and the data rate in several systems in platform scenarios (in-vehicle and in-aircraft) are shown.
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