NOMA Cooperative Spectrum Sharing Average Capacity Improvement in 5G Network
Proceeding - 2023 IEEE 3rd International Maghreb Meeting of the Conference on Sciences and Techniques of Automatic Control and Computer Engineering, MI-STA 2023
One of the most effective approaches to satisfying the requirements of the next generation of wireless services is non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA). Spectrum efficiency and average capacity are two aspects of wireless communication that have become increasingly important as the number of mobile services in use has increased. Using both traditional MIMO and Massive MIMO (M-MIMO), this study proposes two new methods for increasing the average capacity of a 5G network's downlink (DL) NOMA power domain (PD) in conjunction with a Cooperative Cognitive Radio Network (CCRN). The initial method involves NOMA users competing for available rivalry channels (R-CH) on the CCRN. The second technique creates a dedicated channel (D-CH) for NOMA users. The MATLAB program is utilized to evaluate the proposed methods in three scenarios with varying distances, power location coefficients, and transmission power. Successive interference cancellation (SIC) and unstable channel conditions are also considered while assessing the analysis of the proposed system under the assumption of Rayleigh fading. Using DL NOMA PD systems, The results reveal that the higher average capacity of best at transmit power DL NOMA with CCRN (dedicated channel) improved U4 average capacity performance by M-MIMO DL NOMA with CCRN (D-CH) improved by when compared with convention DL NOMA. Formulas in closed form were found for average capacity. The resulting formulas are verified using a Monte Carlo simulation.
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