Joint RSMA and IDMA-Based NOMA system for downlink Communication in 5G and Beyond Networks

Published online: Dec 30, 2020 Full Text: PDF (1.24 MiB) DOI: 10.24138/jcomss.v16i4.1035
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Aasheesh Shukla


Future communication networks may encounter various issues in order to facilitate heavy heterogeneous data traffic and large number of users, therefore more advanced multiple access (MA) schemes is required to meet the changing requirements. Recently, a promising physical-layer MA technique has been suggested for multi-antenna broadcast channels, namely Rate Splitting Multiple Access (RSMA). This new scheme has the ability to partially decode the interference and partially treat the remaining interference as noise which makes it to cope with wide range of user deployments and network loads. On the other hand, interleave division multiple access (IDMA) has already been recognized as a potential code domain NOMA (non-orthogonal multiple access) scheme, suitable for 5G and beyond communication network. Hence, in this paper, a new approach of multiple access scheme is proposed to get the grip on new challenges in future communication (6G). The proposed framework consists the joint processing of RSMA and IDMA (code domain NOMA), in which the transmitter involves an IDMA as encoder and allows rate splitting to split the message in two parts i.e. common part and private part, before the actual transmission. The mathematical modeling of proposed system is elaborated in the paper and for simulation purpose the downlink communication scenario has been considered where users faced diverse channel conditions. The weighted sum rate (WSR) performance is evaluated for the proposed scheme which validate the quality of service (QoS) of the joint RS-IDMA system.


IDMA, NOMA, rate splitting, SDMA, 5G.
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