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FILTER BANK BASEDINTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION FOR FADING CHANNELS Yuhong Wang and Xiao-Ping Zhang Department o Electrical and Computer Engineering f Ryerson lJniversi@ 350 Victoria Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canado, M5B 2K3 xzhang, yuwang@ee.ryerson.ca Abstract reduce this sensitivity with cost of system efficiency. In DWMT system, interchannel interference (ICI) is In this paper, we propose a compla-valued unitary minimized by well-designed prototype filter [2], while filter bank for multicarrier (MC) transmission to the intersymbol interference (1st) is not considered and suppress the interference introduced by fading channels. so far only real-valued filter banks are used. The filters of proposed filter bank are orthogonal, have In this paper, we propose a complex-valued unitary asymmetric )equency responses and are adaptive to filter bank for OFDM system. Unlike to real-valued diferent applications. The advantage o the proposed f coefficient filters, complex-valued filters have filter bank is that it is more suitable to deal with complex- asymmetric frequency responses and are more suitable to valued signals and can be optimized towards various deal with complex-valued signals which are often present objective firnctions. We show that, in terms o the total f in a wireless system. The filters of proposed filter bank interference power over two sample fading channels, the are orthogonal, have asymmetric and can be adaptive to MC systems based on proposedfilter banks has superior different applications. The application adaptability is performance over discrete Fourier transform (DFV achieved by introducing free parameters into the based orthogonal frequency division multiplexing coefficients of filter bank by fustly using free parameters (OFDM) and discrete wavelet multitone (DWMTJ . to produce the Householder parameters of polyphase component matrices of the filter bank, then generating Keywords: OFDM; I S t ICI; complex-valuedfilter bank. filter bank with Householder parameters according to Householder factorization algorithm. The values of free parameters can be determined according different 1. INTRODUCTION objective functions. As an application, we formulate the normalized sum of IC1 and IS1 power over fading Recently, orthogonal frequency division channels, and take the average interference power as multiplexing (OFDM) system, which is a special form of objective function to check the performance of proposed multicarrier modulation (MCM), has been paid a lot of filter hank described above. Simulation results show the attention in various application of high speed wireless OFDM system based on proposed complex-valued digital communication systems. In OFDM systems, unitary filter bank can significantly reduce the power of modulation filters form a set of orthogonal basis function interference compared to DFT-based OFDM and DWMT so that if the distortion in the channel is sufficientlymild over two sample fading channels. (relative to the bandwidth of a subchannel), the data in a subchannel can be demodulated with a negligible small 2. UNITARY FILTER BANK DESIGN amount of interference from the other subchannels [l]. Discrete Fourier transform (DFT) based OFDM and Figure 1 is the general block diagram of OFDM discrete wavelet multitone (DWMT) are two kinds systems. In OFDM systems, the transmitting filters realizations of OFDM systems. DFT-based OFDM is sensitive to narrow band interference because it bas Po . (n), (n), .,f M - (n)] form a set of orthogonal . l basis functions. To make the filter hank in figure 1 a significant speckal overlap between subchannels and perfect reconstruction (PR) filter bank, the transmitting the technique called “cyclic prefix” is offen employed to filters and receiving filters should satisfy the Biorthogonal property [3]. Unitary filter banks are a CCECE 2003-CCGEI 2003, Montrtal. Mav/mai 2003 0-7803-7781-8/03/$17.00/62003 IEEE . - 961 - special class of PR filter banks where the receiving filters are determined by the analysis filters as follows: fk = (-n) (1) There are different realizations for the receiving filter r2-') columns may be produced via Gram-Schmidt process in ways. bank [h,(n),4(n);..,hM_,(n)] , for example, DFT 2.2 Parameterization of Householder Parameters matrix in DFT-based OFDM and extended orthogonal transform in DWMT. The complex-valued unitary filter The Householder parameters are of unit norm, bank is used in this paper because of its advantages to therefore each Householder parameter in (5), v, , can be process complex-valued signals and its adaptability to further parameterized as [7]: different applications. I-I (@n,J vn,J= [ ~ s i n ( ~ , , k ) ~ c o s )exp(jv,,, ), 2.1 Householder Factorization of Polyphase k=O Component Matrices when j=O,. ..,M-2, and M-2 The class of FIR unitary filter banks has several 'v.M-1 = nsin(en,k), (6) advantages, they can be completely factorized according k=Q to Householder factorization algorithm, are easy to i.e., V, can be determined by 2(M-1) angle implement and stable [4]. The Householder factorization of polyphase parameters and therefore if vohas been determined, component matrices of transmitting filters ho(n), filter bank ( f , ( n ) , f ; ( n ) ,...,f,,( is determined by n)) 4(n),...,hM-,(n)} for complex-valued unitary filter 2 K I ( - ) angle (-)Ml parameters e",, and (on,j, bank can be summarized as following. The z-transform of j = 0,1,___, - 2, n = 0,1, _.., - 1 . The length of filters M K filter h,(n), i = 01 ..., M-1 can be formulated in ,, f;(n),i=O,l, ..., M - l is N = K M . polyphase form as: ~ ~~ M-l 2.3 Design Procedure Hi(z) = z-~H~,~(z") k=O To calculate all coefficients in (5), constant Defme the polyphase component matrices H(z) as matrixVoand free parameters@,,,, pn,,in (6) should all follows: be determined. We propose to determine Vo first (H(z)),,t =Hi,&) , (3) according to different applications and then determine the if H(2) is a unitary matrix, i.e. values of ffee parameters with numerical optimization H~(z-')H(z) I , = (4) method towards different objective functions. The non- where I is the unity matrix, then H(2) has the uniqueness in the generation of V, provides flexibility in Householder factorization the design of M-band complex-valued unitary filter bank. K-1 In this paper, we propose Vo to be the M x M DFT H(z) = { I [I - vnv,"+ z'vnv,"]}V, . I (5) "=I matrix. The conjugate gradient method is used for filter K is the McMillan degree of H(Z) , v, is unit-norm bank optimization. Note that the optimization may fall into a local minimum. Some global optimization methods Householder parameters and v," is the transposed such as adding random interference and simulated annealing may be used. However, in practice, a local conjugation of v, . vo is a M x M constant unitary minimum may be satisfactory as well. matrix and can be selected according to different applications. As a special case, for filter hanks associated 3. INTERFERENCE SUPPRESSION BASED ON with band wavelet transform, Vo may be generated PROPSED FILTER BANKS by assigning one column as a constant vector 3.1 Calculation of Interference Power 1 1 ' which corresponds to scaling In OFDM system, data are transmitted in blocks, with filter, then add M-l orthogonal columns to generate each block comprising M symbols. The M symbols in a wavelet filter vectors [5]-[6] . The M-l orthogonal block are transmitted simultaneously with each symbol - 962 - assigned to a different one of M subchannels. For a given It is noted that when increasing the filter length, the subchannel ml , the IS1 and IC1 introduced to complex-valued M-band filter bank bas better symbolx,,(il) which transmitted in data block il , can performance in case of averaged power of interference. Figures 4 and 5 show the change of average power of be expressed respectively as [8]: interference with the increase of filter length N over the m two sample channels. ZSIml= Cam, (i) , (7) i=- id1 4. CONCLUSIONS m M-1 K I m 1= C Eam(i)xm(i) , (8) In this paper we proposed unitary filter banks for OFDM i=-nm=O m+ml systems to suppress the effects of interference introduced by fading channels. The unitary filter banks have much a,(i) in eqn. 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