In one aspect, a network node facilitates pilot sequence detection by a wireless device operating in a wireless communication network. The network node determines restriction information that indicates a reduction of a search space used by the wireless device for blind detection of pilot sequences from one or more interfering transmission points. Assistance data that includes the restriction information is generated. The assistance data is transmitted to the wireless device to reduce the search space used by the wireless device for the blind detection of pilot sequences according to the restriction information.
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