Quentin Bodinier

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—This paper analyses a scenario where a Device-To-Device (D2D) pair coexists with an Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) based incumbent network. D2D transmitter communicates in parts of spectrum left free by cellular users, while respecting a given spectral mask. The D2D pair is misaligned in time and frequency with the cellular users.(More)
—To answer the challenges put out by the next generation of wireless networks (5G), important research efforts have been undertaken during the last few years to find new waveforms that are better spectrally localized and less sensitive to asynchronism effects than the widely deployed Cyclic Prefix Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (CP-OFDM). One of(More)
To optimize the use of the spectrum, it is expected that the next generation of wireless networks (5G) will enable coexistence of newly introduced services with legacy cellular networks. These new services, like Device-To-Device (D2D) communication, should require limited synchronization with the legacy cell to limit the amount of signaling overhead in the(More)
A coexistence scenario between filter bank (FB) based waveforms and legacy Cyclic Prefix-Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (CP-OFDM) is studied. It is shown that studies available on that matter use a wrong metric to rate the interference between the coexisting systems. Specifically, it is shown that even well spectrally localized FB waveforms(More)
In 5G networks, the number of connected devices, data rate and data volume per area, as well as the variety of QoS requirements, will attain unprecedented scales. The achievement of these goals will rely on new technologies and disruptive changes in network architecture and node design. Energy efficiency is believed to play a key role in complementing the(More)
Device-to-device (D2D) communication is being heralded as an important part of the solution to the capacity problem in future networks, and is expected to be natively supported in 5G. Given the high network complexity and required signalling overhead associated with achieving synchronization in D2D networks, it is necessary to study asynchronous D2D(More)
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