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Channel estimation for a mobile terminal in a multi-standard environment (LTE and DVB-H)
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FF Abari, J Löfgren Low-complexity and filter-tap memory , 2011
Abstract In this paper, we present an analysis of different channel estimator structures that
can be used and efficiently implemented with minor configuration changes of a common
hardware for both LTE and DVB-H. Such common estimator structures for LTE and DVB-H ..

Design and implementation of a parallel turbo-decoder ASIC for 3GPP-LTE
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C Benkeser, S Belfanti Solid-State Circuits, , 2011
Abstract Turbo-decoding for the 3GPP-LTE (Long Term Evolution) wireless communication
standard is among the most challenging tasks in terms of computational complexity and
power consumption of corresponding cellular devices. This paper addresses design and 

Joint Performance Analysis of Channel Quality Indicator Feedback Schemes and Frequency-Domain Scheduling for LTE
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S Donthi Vehicular Technology, IEEE Transactions , 2011
Abstract Frequency-domain scheduling and rate adaptation enable next generation
orthogonal frequency division multiple access (OFDMA) cellular systems such as Long Term
Evolution (LTE) to achieve significantly higher spectral efficiencies. LTE uses a pragmatic .

Uplink Component Carrier Selection for LTE-Advanced Systems with Carrier Aggregation
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H Wang, C Rosa Communications (ICC), 2011 , 2011
Abstract Carrier aggregation (CA) is one of the key features for LTE-Advanced. By means of
CA, two or more component carriers (CCs) can be aggregated to form a much wider
transmission bandwidth up to 100 MHz in order to meet the IMT-Advanced requirements. 

Performance Evaluation of Linear Channel Estimation Algorithms for MIMO-OFDM in LTE-Advanced
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S Saleem, WA Qamar-ul-Islam IJECS International Journal of , 2011
Abstract–In this paper two linear channel estimation techniques, Least Square Error (LSE)
and Linear Minimum Mean Square Error (LMMSE) along with their modified versions, for
reduced complexity, are discussed for LTE-Advanced which is based on MIMO-OFDM 


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