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  • The Effect of Codebook Design on the Conventional SCMA System Performance 

    In 4G systems, Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiple Access (OFDMA) has been used conventionally for multiple access purposes. This technique has low spectral efficiency since it allocates the resources orthogonally to each user. As an alternative to this technique, Non-orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) has been proposed for new generation systems as it allows different users to use the same resources and therefore, increases spectral efficiency. Sparse Code Multiple Access (SCMA) is a code-based ...

  • Energy Efficient SCMA Supported Downlink Cloud-RANs for 5G Networks 

    Cloud-radio access networks (C-RANs) are regarded as a promising solution to provide low cost services among users through the centralized coordination of baseband units for 5G wireless networks. The coordinated multi-point access, visualization and cloud computing technologies enable C-RANs to provide higher capacity and wider coverage, as well as manage the interference and mobility in a centralized coordinated way. However, C-RANs face many challenges due to massive connectivity and spectrum ...

  • Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access for Terahertz Communication Networks 

    Authors:Ülgen, Oğuz; Erküçük, Serhat; Baykaş, Tuncer
    Publisher and Date:(IEEE, 2021)
    Terahertz communications is one of the promising technologies for the future mobile communication networks. Due to the ever increasing need for high-speed data transfer, higher bandwidths are required. As a solution, higher frequencies in the spectrum may be considered for future networks. In this paper, Terahertz band is selected since the latest technological advances make it possible to deploy mobile networks in this high-frequency band. To support higher bandwidth with an advanced multiple ...