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Abstract

non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) is a new radio access technique. It is regarded as a potential contender for the 5G and future generations of wireless technology. The recent research indicates that it offers superior performance improvements compared to the existing orthogonal multiple-access (OAM) approaches. This study examines the performance of downlink Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) under ideal circumstances for successive interference cancellation (SIC). Several users can share blocks of the same time and frequency by enabling the distribution of power levels. NOMA will increase the number of users that can be accommodated, improve the efficiency of using the available frequency spectrum, and reduce the error rate compared to the current multiple-access orthogonal approaches. This paper addresses NOMA's performance, the problems of different power distribution rates, and more users. The study finishes by showing simulation findings that demonstrate the Bit Error Rate (BER) at the receiver end. These findings are based on varied power ratios and the number of users sharing the same frequency services.

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Bit error rate multiple access Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access (NOMA) consecutive interference cancellation Power domain Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access code domain Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access 5G

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Sadiq M-B. Fakhrildin, & Jannah Raad Taher. (2024). DIFFERENT POWER DOMAIN. CENTRAL ASIAN JOURNAL OF MATHEMATICAL THEORY AND COMPUTER SCIENCES, 5(1), 62-72. Retrieved from https://cajmtcs.centralasianstudies.org/index.php/CAJMTCS/article/view/603

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