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Index Modulation for 5G: Striving to Do More with Less Abstract: 5G wireless communications expect to bring both high spectrum efficiency and high energy efficiency. To meet the requirements, various new techniques have been proposed. Among these, the recently emerging index modulation has attracted significant interest.
go to link By judiciously activating a subset of certain communication building blocks, such as antenna, subcarrier, and time slot, index modulation is claimed to have the potential to meet the challenging 5G needs. In this article, we discuss index modulation and its general and specific representations, enhancements, and potential applications in various 5G scenarios. The objective is to reveal whether, and how, index modulation may strive for more performance gains with less medium resource occupation. It includes representative transmitter and receiver design, optimization, and performance analysis of index modulation in various domains.
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First, the basic spatial modulation system for the spatial domain is introduced. Then, the development of a generalized pre-coding aided quadrature spatial modulation system as well as a virtual spatial modulation system are presented.
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For the space-time domain, a range of differential spatial modulation systems are examined, along with the pre-coding design. Both basic and enhanced index modulated OFDM systems for the frequency domain are discussed, focusing on the verification of their strong capabilities in inter-carrier interference mitigation.