Hardware impairments aware full-duplex non-orthogonal multiple access networks over Nakagami-m channels

Dinh-Thuan Do, Tu-Trinh Nguyen


Non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) and full-duplex (FD) relaying communications are promising candidates for 5G cellular networks. In this paper, by exploiting the impact of hardware impairment, we study FD NOMA communications with a downlink scheme. In a group of two users, we find that the target rates and power allocation strategies are main factors affecting the system performance metric. We derive the closed-form formula of outage probability for two users. As main contribution, numerical results are considered to illustrate the performance of the FD NOMA. We also study the base station (BS) can adjust its transmit signal to noise ratio (SNR) to achieve relevant outage probability in several scenarios.


Hardware impairments; Non-orthogonal multiple access; Outage probability

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11591/eei.v11i2.3025


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