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Wireless Terabits per second (Tbps) link is needed for the new emerging data-hungry applications in Beyond 5G (B5G) (e.g., high capacity broadband, enhanced hotspot, 3D extended reality, etc.). The sub-GHz bands are scarce and overused, while the considered millimeter Wave bands in 5G are insufficient to reach the desired ultra-high throughput. Thus, the sub-THz/THz bands are envisaged as the next frontier for B5G wireless communication. Even though a wider bandwidth and large-scale MIMO are envisioned at sub-THz bands, but the system and waveform design should consider the channel characteristics, technological limitations, and high RF impairments. Based on these challenges, we proposed to use an energy-efficient low order single carrier modulation accompanied by spectral-efficient Index Modulation ... toggle 8 keywords

single carrier sub-thz terabit communications 6G wireless communication index modulation techniques filter shape index modulation gsm mimo scheme


Majed SAAD
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Dec. 17, 2020

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