AffiliationAligarh Muslim University; University of Chester
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AbstractIn the area of wireless communication, channel estimation is a challenging problem due to the need for real-time implementation as well as system dependence on the estimation accuracy. This work presents a Long-Short Term Memory (LSTM) based deep learning (DL) approach for the prediction of channel response in real-time and real-world non-stationary channels. The model uses the pre-defined history of channel impulse response (CIR) data along with two other features viz. transmitter-receiver update distance and root-mean-square delay spread values which are also changing in time with the channel impulse response. The objective is to obtain an approximate estimate of CIRs using prediction through the DL model as compared to conventional methods. For training the model, a sample dataset is generated through the open-source channel simulation software NYUSIM which realizes samples of CIRs for measurement-based channel models based on various multipath channel parameters. From the model test results, it is found that the proposed DL approach provides a viable lightweight solution for channel prediction in wireless communication.
CitationVarshney, R., Gangal, C., Sharique, M., Ansari, M. S. (2023). Deep learning based wireless channel prediction: 5G scenario. Procedia Computer Science, 218, 2626-2635. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procs.2023.01.236
JournalProcedia Computer Science
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