Martin Danneberg

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Cognitive radio technology addresses the limited availability of wireless spectrum and inefficiency of spectrum usage. Cognitive Radio (CR) devices sense their environment, detect spatially unused spectrum and opportunistically access available spectrum without creating harmful interference to the incumbents. In cellular systems with licensed spectrum, the(More)
Generalized frequency division multiplexing (GFDM) is a new candidate waveform for 5G applications. With flexible pulse shaping filtering and tail-biting cyclic prefix, GFDM has lower out of band leakage and hence is more suitable as an opportunistic cognitive radio waveform. Improved adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) of GFDM makes the coexistence of(More)
5G mobile networks will very likely include features that allow for a dynamic spectrum access (DSA) in order to exploit spectrum holes of a primary system. The efficient utilization of spectrum holes with minimum impairment of the primary system requires a waveform with a very low adjacent channel leakage ratio as well as robustness to time and frequency(More)
The 5G mobile standard will very likely include a new waveform that addresses scenarios like sporadic lowlatency traffic and dynamic spectrum access (DSA). In both cases the current 4G waveforms have some deficiencies, like the need for strict synchronicity and the high adjacent channel leakage ratio (ACLR) respectively. Several candidate waveforms can be(More)
The fifth generation (5G) of mobile cellular systems will demand an unprecedented flexibility of the physical layer (PHY). Several approaches are being proposed based on theoretical and simulation analyses, but there is a lack of implementations that allow for performance evaluation under real channel conditions and front-end impairments. In this paper we(More)
The benefits of horizontal beamforming in cellular networks are well unterstood, and the technology is already used in commercial products. Recently, vertical beamforming (basically a user specific downtilt (DT)) receives a lot of attention as well. However, available channel models do not allow for an accurate simulation of this transmission scheme. This(More)
Coordinated Multi-Point (CoMP) Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) transmission improves user's coverage and data throughput particularly on the cell edges. To make full advantage of CoMP, radio planning tools need very accurate models that fully capture the MIMO channels characteristics. This paper presents detailed modeling and analysis of an uplink(More)
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