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Interference in OFDM?

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What type of interference is there in OFDM (if any)? Is it cochannel interference or subchannel interference?
 

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do you mean interference between sub-carriers? But that should be minimum in OFDM systems and ideally zero. Rather if two carriers are the same, then there can be interference, in which case, it is cochannel interference, right?
 

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In all systems there is interfrence in signals in adjacent channels, in the same channel from other transmitters, and also in the imperfections in the transmittter and receiver of the signal in the intended channel.
 

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