MIMO TDS-OFDM for Underwater Acoustic Communication with Turbo Equalization
Time domain synchronous orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is a novel OFDM transmission scheme which utilizes time-domain sequences as the guard intervals and as the training sequences to enhance the overall data efficiency. By adopting turbo equalization and data-aided channel re-estimation, the MIMO TDS-OFDMsystem is applied to underwater acoustic (UWA) communications and achieves better error performance than zero-padded OFDM with comparable sizes of guard interval and pilots. The proposed MIMO TDS-OFDM scheme achieves high performance and high data efficiency, and keeps low complexity. Its performance is demonstrated by a simulation and an underwater pool experiment.
J. Hao et al., "MIMO TDS-OFDM for Underwater Acoustic Communication with Turbo Equalization," Proceedings of OCEANS 2015 MTS/IEEE Washington (2015, Washington, DC), vol. 66, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Oct 2015.
The definitive version is available at https://doi.org/10.23919/OCEANS.2015.7404487
Oceans '15 MTS/IEEE Washington (2015: Oct. 19-22, Washington, DC)
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Beijing Higher Education Young Elite Teacher Project
R&D Project of Science and Technology Innovation Commission of Shenzhen, China
Keywords and Phrases
Channel estimation; Decision support systems; Efficiency; Equalizers; Frequency division multiplexing; Frequency estimation; Local area networks; MIMO systems; Multiplexing; Transmissions; Underwater acoustics; Error performance; OFDM transmission; TDS-OFDM; Time-domain synchronous orthogonal frequency division multiplexing; Training sequences; Turbo equalizations; Underwater acoustic communications; Underwater pools; Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing; Decision-aided channel estimation; Multiple-input multiple-output (MIMO)
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