Random Beam-Based Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access for Low Latency K-User MISO Broadcast Channelsopen access
- Lee, Jung Hoon; Kim, Yunjoo; Ryu, Jong Yeol
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- random beamforming; non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA); multiple-input single-output (MISO); broadcast channels (BC)
- SENSORS, v.21, no.13
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- In this paper, we propose random beam-based non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) for low latency multiple-input single-output (MISO) broadcast channels, where there is a target signal-to-interference-plus-noise power ratio (SINR) for each user. In our system model, there is a multi-antenna transmitter with its own single antenna users, and the transmitter selects and serves some of them. For low latency, the transmitter exploits random beams, which can reduce the feedback overhead for the channel acquisition, and each beam can support more than a single user with NOMA. In our proposed random beam-based NOMA, each user feeds a selected beam index, the corresponding SINR, and the channel gain, so it feeds one more scalar value compared to the conventional random beamforming. By allocating the same powers across the beams, the transmitter independently selects NOMA users for each beam, so it can also reduce the computational complexity. We optimize our proposed scheme finding the optimal user grouping and the optimal power allocation. The numerical results show that our proposed scheme outperforms the conventional random beamforming by supporting more users for each beam.
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