Suppressing the Effect of Impulsive Noise on Millimeter-Wave Communications Systems
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The Fifth Generation (5G) wireless communication systems are expected to satisfy higher data rates, network scalability, increasing number of connections and higher traffic densities in a cost-effective manner. The key essence of 5G technology resides in exploring the frequency bands at millimeter-Wave (mmWave) frequencies. As is well known, the presence of Impulsive Noise (IN) corrupts signals and leads to increased Bit Error Rate (BER) and decreased spectral efficiency. In this paper, the performance of mmWave systems in multi-path fading channel and IN is studied and a new thresholding mechanism for the clipping and blanking filters to suppress the impulsive components of noise is suggested. The paper also presents the mathematical expressions to determine the optimum threshold selection for the filters. Simulation results show that use of clipping and blanking filters with the optimal threshold values reduces the adverse effect of IN and improves system performance significantly.
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SourceRadioengineering. 2020 vol. 29, č. 2, s. 376-385. ISSN 1210-2512
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