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D.Li, Sl.Feng, W.Ye Hc.Zhuang

Dept. of Electronic Engineering Pre-research Dept.

South China Univ. of Technology Huawei Technologies CO. Ltd

Guangzhou, Guangdong, 510640, China Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518100, China

lidan_1121@163.com zhc@huawei.com

Abstract—This paper proposes an uneven pilot-assisted channel maximal vehicle speed, we use the practical linear fashion to

estimation (CE) technique for OFDM sysetms in mobile approximate CIR variations. We find that the theoretical

environments. We find that the prerequisites of most previous researches using the comb pilots and linear fashion to

studies are using an equal spaced pilots pattern and sample- approximate time domain CIR variations[9-11] are mostly

spaced channels. This is not the case in practical systems. based on requierments as follows: (1) Pilots must distributed

According to conventional pilot-assisted estimators, we develop evenly in whole frequency band; (2) No power leakage in

an improved channel estimation method based on the criteria of multipath fading channels. In practical systems, many factors

Lesat Square (LS) for IEEE802.16e OFDM systems. In this should be taken into consideration. Such as the uneven pilot

practical system, pilots are not evenly inserted in the frequency

distribution and error floor caused by CIR leakage due to the

band and the non-sample-spaced multipath delay leads to

necessary guard bands and the unsampled multipath delays [8].

channel impulse response (CIR) leakage in the time domain. The

proposed uneven pilot-assisted CE method is conducted in the Significant performance reductions [7] will be caused when

frequency domain and it uses a linear model to approximate the the requirements are not satisfied. Based on analysis above,

time-varying characteristic of CIR in the frequency domain we develop a feasible uneven pilot-assisted CE method, which

during each OFDM symbol. Analysis and simulations is conducted in the frequency domain using the linear model

demonstrate its low computational complexity, good to approximate frequency domain CIR variations.

performance and practicability in actual OFDM systems. In the rest of the paper, we first present the OFDM system

Keywords-channel estimation; uneven pilot; LS; linear model;

model of time-varying channles used in the paper. Besides, ICI

time-varying channel

analysis are given in Section II. In Section III, we address the

I. INTRODUCTION problems of conventional methods. Based on the analysis

Orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) is above, an improved un-even pilot assisted CE method is

one of the most important physical layer transmission developed. Simulation results are presented in Section IV.

techniques in wireless communications. In OFDM, data are Finally, conclusions and future research works are stated.

transmitted in parallel over a large number of orthogonal

subcarriers. OFDM is robust to multi-path channels for its Basic notations: italic letters to denote variables, 䯴 .䯵 H for

lower symbol rate. However the increased symbol duration Hermitian transpose, 䯴 .䯵* for complex conjugat, ⊗ for

makes it more susceptible to time-variations of channels. In circular convolution.

high mobility environments, CIR varies severely in a certain

period of time. Inter-carrier interference (ICI) destroys the II. SYSTEM MODEL AND ICI ANALYSIS

orthogonality. Accordingly, OFDM systems encounter

performance degradations in such time-varying channels. As a A. System Model

result, CE techniques in time-varying scenarios are critical .

We consider an N-point OFDM system, Ts denotes one

There has been a large body of works devoted to channel symbol period, the Doppler frequency shift f d is normalized

estimation over time-variant channels to mitigate ICI in

OFDM systems. Some of them [1-3] are proposed only to as f D = f d Ts . Perfect timing and synchronization are

track time-varying channles during one OFDM frame assumed. The i-th OFDM symbol X (i ) (k ) is used to modulate

assuming that the channel is stationary over the period of one

OFDM symbol. Previous works of [4-6] have investigated the N- carriers as x (i) (n) = F H X (i ) (k ) , where F stands for the N

CE techniques when the channel fading envelope is varying point discrete Fourier transform (DFT) matrix with

during one OFDM symbol. [F] p , q = 1 N esp (− j2πpq/N ). x (i) (n) is next concatenated by

In this paper, we mainly specialize to channel estimations cyclic prefix (CP). After sending over the channel, the

using the stated comb pilots in IEEE802.16e OFDM Physical received signal can be expressed as

Layer (PHY) mode. According to system parameters and the

This research is jointly founded by The HK-Guangdong Scientific and

Technological Project in Key Areas under grant No:20060104-2 and the Pre- y (i ) (n) = x (i ) (n) ⊗ h(n, l ) + w (i ) (n) , (1)

research Dept.of Huawei Technologies.

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where w (i ) (n) represents the additive white Gaussian noise { }

E C (Δk , k )C (Δk , k ) ∗ = S ( f ) ⊗ V ( f ) |

f=

Δk ¦σ l

2

. (5)

(AWGN) and h(n, l ) denotes the sampled 2-demention time- N l

S(f) denotes the Doppler spectrum and V(f) is the DFT of

L −1

the N-point rectangular window [9]. From (5), we can deduce

as h(n, l ) = ¦ h (n)δ (l − l (n)) ,

l =0

l where n is interpreted as that even a small normalized Doppler frequency shift, such as

f D =0.005, induces widespread ICI.

“time” index and l as the “lag” index, hl (n) represents the

gain, l (n) represents the delay of the l-th taps at time n and L is Fig. 1 plots the ICI impacts centered at the 128th subcarrier.

the maximum channel length. We assume that N=256 ,bandwith B=2MHz and Ts = 128us .

Widespread ICI effects introduced from adjacent Δk

Using H to denote the time-variant circular convolution subcarriers to the 128th subcarrier are clearly seen when

matrix such that H [n, l ] = h(n, n − l N ) . Then (1) can be assuming various f D values. It can be seen form Fig.1 that the

rewriten as y (i ) (n) = Hx (i ) (n) + w (i ) (n) . The DFT output at the value of f D is larger, the ICI effects is more obvious.

receiver can be expressed as Y (m) = FHF H X (k ) + W (m) .

H N×N

ª h(0,0) 0 " h(0, L − 1) " h(0,1) º

« »

« h(1 ,1) h (1 ,0) 0 " h (1, L − 1) " »

« # # # # # # »

=« »

«h( L − 1, L − 1) " h( L − 1,0) 0 " 0 »

« 0 h( L − 1, L − 1) " h( L − 1,0) 0 " »»

«

«¬ 0 " 0 h( N − 1, L − 1) " h( N − 1,0)»¼

We further express it as

N −1

Figure 1. Impacts of ICI versusd for various f D values

Y (i ) (m) = ¦ G(m, k ) X

k = 0,

(i)

(k ) + W (i ) (m),0 ≤ m ≤ N − 1. (2)

In (2). G(m,k) is evaluated as

From Jeon’s work [6], we know that when f D < 0.1 ,

N −1 L −1

1 j2πn( k − m) j2πkl variations of the CIR expression h(n, l ) , for all L taps, can be

G (m, k ) =

N ¦¦

n=0 l =0

h(n, l ) exp(

N

) exp(−

N

) .

approximated by straight lines with low slopes during a DFT

(3) block period. Therefore, the linear model with a constant slop

over an OFDM symbol are used in conventional estimators.

B. ICI Generation

When the channel is time-variant during a DFT block A. Conventional CE Method

period, G (m, k ) in (3) becomes a nondiagonal matrix. The even pilot-assisted CE methods proposed in [4][5] use

the channel characteristic of linearization in time domain to

Nondiagonal subcarrier coupling matrex G (m, k ) introduces

track channel variations. Equalization is conducted in the

ICI from the m-th subcarrier to the k-th subcarrier. To frequency domain by IDFT. They are implemented as follows:

demonstrate the effects of ICI, we will analyze the channel

frequency response matrix G (m, k ) . We define a new At first, the LS channel frequency response at equally

spaced pilots are obtained as:

variable Δk =m-k, then G (m, k ) can be rewrite as

G (m, k ) = C (Δk + k , k ) . C (Δk , k ) can be expressed as (4).

Ĝ ( i ) ( pD, pD) = Yi,pD X i,pD . (6)

N −1 L −1

1 2πΔkn 2πkl

C (Δk , k ) =

N ¦¦ h(n, l ) exp(− j

n =0 l =0

N

) exp(− j

N

). (4) In (6), i is the index of OFDM symbol, p is the index of

pilot subcarriers, N P is the number of pilots and the interval

between tow adjacent pilots is D = N N P . Then㧘through the

C (Δk , k ) can be interpreted as the influence of the

IDFT of length N P ,

frequency-domain responses at subcarriers k+ Δk , to a

frequency-domain response at the subcarrier k. The variance of

{

C (Δk , k ) can be expressed as E C (Δk , k )C (Δk , k ) ∗ , which } hˆave

(i )

(l ) = 1

N p −1

¦ Gˆ (i )

( pD, pD) exp

j2πpl

.l = 0, ! , N p − 1 . (7)

characterizes ICI energy distributions around the subcarrier k. N p=0 Np

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pilot subcarriers. The index 0 is DC subcarrier. The indices of -

ave − h ( n, l ) } is minimized

(i )

For the l-th channel tap, E{ h (i)

128 to -101 and 101 to 127 are guard bands.

when n = N − 1 .Then the linear mode is applied and then

2

channel variations in time-domain can be obtained. Assuming

the constant slope of the l-th channel tap is αˆ (i ) (l ) , h(n, l ) can ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......

be approximated as forllows: ⋅N

⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅ ⋅N

⋅⋅⋅⋅⋅

hˆ (i ) (n, l ) = hˆave

(i )

( )

+ αˆ (i ) (l ) n + 1 − N .n = 0, " , N − 1 .

2

(8)

L −1 N −1

From Fig.2, we can see that pilots are actually not even

1 2π (k − m)n 2πlk over the whole frequency band for the guard band and DC

Gˆ ( i ) (m, k ) =

N ¦¦

l =0 n=0

h(n, l ) exp( j

N

) exp( − j

N

). (9)

subcarriers. Uneven pilots and CIR leakage prevent us from

using the trational estimation methods[4-6]. Therefore, we

When the slope in each symbol are divided into two rigions develop a modified method which is totally performed in the

frequency domain. Our method avoids the mathematical

obtained by utlizing adjacent symbols, Ĝ (i ) (n, m) can be processing in transform domain which requires even comb

further described in form of (10). pilots pattern. It is performed as followings:

First, estimates of the channel frequency response at pilot

Gˆ (i ) = Gˆ ave

(i)

+ C1Gˆ slope

(i ) 2 ˆ (i )

1 + C G slope 2 . (10) subcarriers can be acquierd as (12):

where, Gˆ slope = diag{DFT ([ a(0), a(1), " , a( N − 1)])} , C1 and Gˆ (i ) ( pD, pD) = Yi,p X i,p䯴 0 ≤ p ≤ N p 䯵 . (12)

C are N × N coefficient matrices.

2

Finally, according to LS alogorithm and the frequency Then, channel frequency responses at the data subcarriers

can be obtained by interpolation[3] according to the sampling

domain expressio: Y䯴 i ) (k ) = Gˆ (i) X (i)(k) + W (i ) (k ) , the estimated theorem. DFT interpolations [11] can not be applied due to the

value of Xˆ (i) (k ) can be derived as unequal-spaced pilot pattern. We use the cubic splines

interpolation, which may cause relatively large mean square

error at the edge subcarriers[11]. To get more accurate

i) H 䯴 i) −1 䯴 i) H estimations, channel frequency responses of the 2 OFDM

Xˆ (i) (k ) = (Gˆ䯴 Gˆ 䯵 Gˆ Y (i) (k ) . (11)

preambles are employed as a reference. We synthesize the

coarse estimation by pilots and preambles togehtoer as the

This conventional methods strictly take the advantage of expression (6) in [10] to get the ultimate estimations. Then,

the even allocation of pilots over total frequencies and the guard band and DC subcarriers are set at zeros. Now, G (k , k ) is

mathematic properties of even interpolation of DFT (as the

obtained according to (3) and (4).

second step).

In additon, non-sample-spaced multi-path delays and 1

N −1

guardband subcarriers may lead to CIR leakage[8]. In (7), L

taps of CIR in time domain are kept, valid taps of CIR leakage

C (0, k ) = G (k , k ) =

N ¦ H ( n, k ) = H

n=0

ave (k ) (13)

transforming to time domain as (7) discards some channel L −1

2πkl

information and thus a symbol error floor is formed. H (n, k ) = ¦ h(n, l ) exp(− j

l =0

N

). (14)

B. Proposed CE Method

As for a practical OFDM system, the conditions above can For the k-th subcarrier, E{ H ave (k ) − H (n, k ) } is

not be satisfied. Usually, guard band subcarriers are not used to

minimized when n = N − 1 . Therefore, we use H ave (k ) to

avoid aliasing problems and the DC subcarrier is not used to 2

avoid intermodulation effects and difficulties in D/A and A/D represent an estimate of the channel at discrete time instant of

conversion. In other words, pilots in practical are not evenly N − 1 . We will have H (k ) = H ( N − 1, k ) .

inseted and CIR leakage will occured. 2 ave 2

The pilot pattern for CE in the 802.16 OFDM system is According to IEEE802.16e protocol, we choose a set of

shown in Fig. 2. All subcarriers are numbered from -128 to system parameters (N=256, B=2MHz, Ts = 128us V=120km/h).

127. The indices of -88, -63, -38, -13, 13, 38, 63 and 88 are f D = V ⋅ f c ⋅ Ts c ≈ 0.05 < 0.1 , where f c represents the

carrier frequency, V is the maximum vehicle speed and c is the

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velocity of light . Thus, the linear model can be applied here to matrix H (n,䰆) varies in a linear model with n on each specified

approximate H (n, k ) variations varying with n of H (n, k ) on subcaiier. The channel estimation and signal correction are

the k-th subcaiier. performed in the frequency domain avoding transform domain

processes. Therefore, CIR leakage cutting in time domain

Consider each three consecutive OFDM symbols, the index

process can be avoided.To demonstrate the effectiveness of

of which is i-1, i, i+1. As for the i-th OFDM symbol (the

the proposed CE approach for time-varying multipath

current symbol), the slopes of the variations can be obtained

channels, the fowlling simulations were performed.

through using the (i+1)-th OFDM symbol (the next OFDM

symbol) and the (i-1)-th OFDM symbol (the previous OFDM

symbol)[5]. It will cause a delay of one OFDM system. We IV. SIMULATIONS

assuming the constant slopes of H (n, k ) on the k-th subcarrier In this section, we will report simulation results

is α k1 and α k2 , which is depicted as Fig. 3. demonstrating the effectiveness of the proposed CE method.

Due to the limited number of pilots in 802.16 OFDM

system, a narrow bandwith of 2MHz is used for simulations.

H ( n, k )

be regarded as flat. The carrier frequency is 3.5GHz. The

α 1

k

α 2

k

normalized CP is 1 16 . The modulation scheme for transmit

data is QPSK and for pilots is BPSK. To test the estimator’s

Symbol-Error-Rate (SER), no channel coding is employed.

The ITU VA model suggested as a special test channel model

in IEEE 802.16e was adopted to generate channels in

Figure 3. Schematic diagram of linear model and slops of channel in an

OFDM symbol.

simulations. Table. 1 provides key parameters of the ITU VA

channel models. The vehicular speed was set as 120km/h. The

Then H (n, k ) can be approximated as forllows: normalized maximum Doppler frequency offset f D is fixed at

0.05. It means that f d is 385Hz at the 33m/s vehicle speed in

a 3.5GHz channel.

Hˆ ave

°

(i )

+ αˆ k1 (n + 1 − N ).0 ≤ n ≤ N − 1

ˆ 2 2

H ( n, k ) = ®

䯴 i)

,

°¯ H ave + αˆ k (n + 1 − N 2 ). N 2 ≤ n ≤ N − 1

ˆ (i ) 2

TABLE I. ITU M.1225 VEHICULAR CHANNEL A

Taps 1 2 3 4 5 6

Relative delay(ns) 0 310 710 1090 1730 2510

( i −1)

Hˆ ave − Hˆ ave

(i )

Hˆ (i +1) − Hˆ ave

(i ) Average power(dB) 0 -1.0 -9 -10 -15 -20

where αˆ k1 = ; αˆ k2 = ave . (15)

N N

The linear model applied in this paper is simulated

According to (4), C (Δk , k ) can be expressed as the Fourier according to the assumed parameters in Table. 1. Variations of

the frequency domain CIR matrix H (n, k ) is depicted in Fig.4.

transform of H (n, k ) multiplied by a coefficient 1 :

N We can see that the linear fitting model is completely

consistent with the schematic diagram in Fig. 3.

N −1 L −1

1 2πΔkn 2πkl

C ( Δk , k ) =

N ¦¦ h(n, l ) exp(− j

n =0 l =0

N

) exp(− j

N

)

N −1

1 2πΔkn

=

N ¦ H (n, k ) exp(− j

n =0

N

). (16)

be deduced from the expression G (m, k ) = C (Δk + k , k ) by

using the cycle shift operator in each column.

Finally, the estimated value of Xˆ (i) (k ) can be derived from

~ ~ H H

(11). Xˆ (i) (k ) = GY (i) (k ) ,where G = (Gˆ䯴 i) Gˆ䯴 i)䯵 −1Gˆ䯴 i) . And

then, the equalization is performed by multiplying with an

~ Figure 4. Linear fitting in three consecutive OFDM symbols

channel estimated matrix G to cancel ICI effects.

Then, the Channel Mean Square Errors (CMSE) are

Our method uses the linear characteristic of CIR in the

calculated according to the expression (18), where S

frequency domain. The channel frequency impulse response

respresents the number of OFDM symbols used in simulations.

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KS −1 2 V. CONCLUSION

1

CMSE =

NS ¦n=0

Hˆ (n, k ) − H (n, k ) . (18) In this paper, an uneven pilot-assisted CE method tracing

time-varying channels for mobile OFDM sysetms is proposed.

The method designed for the uneven comb pilot pattern, uses a

The validity of the linear model is verified by simulations. linear model to approximate the frequency domain CIR

In Fig. 5, we can see that when f D < 0.1 , variations of the variations during each OFDM symbol period. CE and

actual frequency domain CIR matrix H (n, k ) can be fitted equalizations are completely conducted in the frequency

well by the linear model during each OFDM symbol period. domain avoiding mathematical processing in the time domain.

Therefore, the linear model is proved advisable. Therefore, even comb pilot pattern is not necessary and the

cutting of the valid taps of CIR leakage can be avoided.

Simulation results shows the SER results of the proposed CE

method are satisfactory. When used in practical systems, the

algorithm is of low complexity and high efficiency. Howerver,

due to the fixed FFT size and limited quantity of pilots of

802.16 OFDM PHY mode, its ability to resist double selective

fading for a larger bandwith is relatively poor. The 802.16e

OFDMA PHY mode support FFT sizes of 128, 512, 1024 and

2048 to adapt to various bandwith requirements and the pilot

density increases correspondingly. We are currently

investigating the CE technique of double selective channels in

OFDMA PHY mode.

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