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Waveform Design Using Half-duplex Devices for 6G Joint Communications and Sensing

@article{Ma2022WaveformDU,
  title={Waveform Design Using Half-duplex Devices for 6G Joint Communications and Sensing},
  author={Yihua Ma and Zhifeng Yuan and Guanghui Yu and Shuqiang Xia and Liujun Hu},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2022},
  volume={abs/2201.00941}
}
Joint communications and sensing is a promising 6G technology, and the challenge is how to integrate them efficiently. Existing frequency-division and time-division coexistence can hardly bring a gain of integration. Directly using orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (OFDM) to sense requires complex in-band full-duplex to cancel the selfinterference (SI). To solve these problems, this paper proposes novel coexistence schemes to gain super sensing range (SSR) and simple SI cancellation… 

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