GFDM FOR NEXT GENERATION WIRELESS COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

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Abhishek Kumar
Sourabh Santosh

Keywords

Wireless Communication, Peak to Average Power Ratio, OFDM, GFDM, Inter Symbol Interference, Inter Carrier Interference

Abstract

In modern scenarios, there are several applications of OFDM, but it also has some demerits like sensitive to Carrier Frequency Offset (CFO), high Peak to Average Power Ratio (PAPR), and timing offset large. Out Of Band (OOB) and low spectral efficiency due to cyclic prefix per symbol insertion. To diminish and discard above problems, new multiplexing technique is required for next generation wireless communication i.e. GFDM. GFDM is becoming popular day by day due to flexibility in pulse shape as well as single cyclic prefix in a multipath channel and which makes it eligible for the 5th generation technology. This paper deals with an overview of a GFDM and presents a comparative study between OFDM and GFDM.

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