Publicado en 3C TIC – Volume 11 Issue 2 (Ed. 41)
Cellular connectivity is expanding rapidly in the modern world. The multiple access strategy is one of the highly used methods for allocating the range of users in cellular network. Spectrum allocation is a crucial element to take into account since cellular communication is becoming more and more popular. NOMA is a channel access mechanism used in 5G mobile communication. It is also known as non-orthogonal multiple access. NOMA is a potential strategy for enhancing spectral efficiency and sum rate. Using the NOMA method, we evaluated the BER versus transmitted power of two users in rayleigh and nakagami fading channels. In this NOMA setup, a single antenna is shared by two users. Two users can accept the same frequency using 5G NOMA technology, but at different power levels. The results of the MATLAB simulation show that the two user NOMA in the Nakagami channel performs better than the Rayleigh channel in terms of Bit Error Rate vs. Transmitted Power.
NOMA, Rayleigh, Nakagami Fading, BER, Transmitted Power and Probability Density Function.