Improving Cell-Edge User Performance Using Power Control in CoMP-Enabled NOMA Network under Random User Pairing Scenario.

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Name of the Speaker: Asif Ikbal Mondal (EE19S014)
Guide: Dr. Manivasakan R
Venue/Online meeting link:
Date/Time: Monday, August 22 · 3:00 – 4:00pm

Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) is a major 5G technology that leverages resources in a non-orthogonal way to improve the spectral efficiency and number of user connections in a wireless network. One of the key issues with the multi-cell NOMA system is that cell-edge users may experience lower bit rates due to inter-cell interference (ICI) from nearby cells. Although joint transmission coordinated multi-point (JT-CoMP) transmission can help to mitigate this problem, cell-edge users performance is limited by inter-NOMA-user interference (INUI) from users in the same resource block (RB) as the cell-edge user.