Comparison study of channel coding on non-orthogonal multiple access techniques

Sarmad Khaleel Ibrahim, Nooruldeen Q. Ismaeel, Saif A. Abdulhussien


Some of the benefits of fifth-generation (5G) mobile communications include low latency, fast data rates, and increased amount of perceived service quality of users and base station capacity. The purpose of this paper is to solve some of the problems in the traditional mobile system by increasing the channel capacity, non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA), has a chance of winning the race, power-domain NOMA (PD-NOMA) is widely used in but it requires a large power imbalance between the signals allocated to various users to work. This paper also proposes an improved mobile system model and compares it with a traditional mobile system, then evaluates the effect of channel coding types on the spectrum efficiency performance. A proposed mobile system relied on increasing the number of users as well as increasing the frequency spectrum and is also proposed to improve the error rate, which is incorporated into NOMA and orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) schemes at the same time to provide great flexibility and compatibility with other services, such as the 5G and sixth-generation (6G) systems. The mobile gully system (MGS) system is compared to a traditional system, the result is demonstrated that the proposed outperforms the orthogonal multiple access (OMA) system in terms of sum-rate capacity, and bit error rate (BER) performance.



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