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Single and Multi-Point Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access based Power Adaptive Design for Improving Bit Error Ratio

 and    | Sep 21, 2023


In the framework of next-generation communication systems, Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) has attracted considerable interest. The fundamental advantage is that it has greater spectrum utilization than its orthogonal equivalents. This proposed work integrates Single-Input Single-Output NOMA (SISO) with Coordinated Multi-Point (CoMP). It uses both systems based on Quadrature Phase-Shift Keying (QPSK). A power-tolerant NOMA reduces the system’s vulnerability to erroneous power allocation by adaptively modifying each user’s signal power. The transmitted data is used to modify the power in the Power-Adaptive NOMA (PANOMA). PANOMA helps improve the Bit Error ratio and also improves the computational complexity. The Bit Error Rate (BER) and the lower limit capacity efficiency across Rayleigh fading channels are determined in precise closure representations of more than two consumer situations to measure its capability. The proposed method PA-CoMP-NOMA improves the Bit Error ratio in both systems. It improves the average BER among all users. Compared to its orthogonal cousin, NOMA has higher spectral efficiency. Nevertheless, our proposed method retains this feature as well as superior BER performance, although its spectral effectiveness is lower than that of the classic sum-rate based power NOMA.

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Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Control Engineering, Metrology and Testing