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Non-Linear Self-Interference Cancellation via Tensor Completion

by   Freek Jochems, et al.

Non-linear self-interference (SI) cancellation constitutes a fundamental problem in full-duplex communications, which is typically tackled using either polynomial models or neural networks. In this work, we explore the applicability of a recently proposed method based on low-rank tensor completion, called canonical system identification (CSID), to non-linear SI cancellation. Our results show that CSID is very effective in modeling and cancelling the non-linear SI signal and can have lower computational complexity than existing methods, albeit at the cost of increased memory requirements.


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