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Interference Cancellation with High Precision, High Speed and Low Computational Complexity

01 May 2020


Toward Applications in Next-generation Wireless Communications

The research team of Assistant Professor Miyaji of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Information Engineering at Toyohashi University of Technology has developed a self-interference cancellation filter that is indispensable for the realization of in-band full duplex using the same frequency to transmit and receive simultaneously in wireless communications. The developed self-interference cancellation filter can estimate the distortion caused by radio and the distortion of the radio channel with high accuracy and cancel self-interference. In addition, it can quickly reach the solution of the filter with low computational complexity. It is expected to be applied to next-generation wireless communication technology.

Full text: Interference Cancellation with High Precision, High Speed and Low Computational Complexity
TUT website: Press release

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