Bit error rate performance of OFDM in narrowband interference with excision filtering

@article{Coulson2006BitER,
  title={Bit error rate performance of OFDM in narrowband interference with excision filtering},
  author={Alan J. Coulson},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Wireless Communications},
  year={2006},
  volume={5},
  pages={2484-2492}
}
The effect of narrowband interference on OFDM systems is considered, with particular regard to the receiver post-detection bit error rate performance. It is shown both by analysis and by computer simulation that the ensemble average bit error rate is severely affected by narrowband interference and that particular values of interferer carrier frequency and phase can produce bit error rates significantly higher than the ensemble average. An interference suppression technique based on excision… CONTINUE READING
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  • An interference suppression technique based on excision (notch) filtering is proposed and is shown by computer simulation to improve ensemble average bit error rates to about 0.001 for BPSK modulated OFDM with signal-to-interference ratios as low as -30 dB.

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