This paper proposes a novel interference cancellation technique using the concept of a distributed array, for the secondary use of the frequency resources in frequency division duplexing (FDD)-based cellular systems. In order to achieve efficient distributed interference cancellation, the secondary system exploit intervals for periodic training signals transmitted by FDD-time division multiple access (TDMA)-based cellular systems. We show that an efficient interference cancellation can be achieved by introducing helpers that decode the interference and transfer it to the secondary nodes. We take advantage of the high-speed links within the secondary system and devise a data compressing scheme that reduces time for transferring the decoded interference. We clarify the effectiveness of the proposed scheme by using computer simulation. As a parameter, the transmission quality between the helper and secondary nodes is varied. The results indicate that the proposed distributed interference cancellation is effective compared to a conventional adaptive array using a zero forcing algorithm, when the signal to noise ratio between the helper and the target secondary node is greater than 20 dB.