Anass Benjebbour

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As a promising downlink multiple access scheme for further LTE enhancement and future radio access (FRA), this paper investigates the system-level performance of non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) with a successive interference canceller (SIC) on the receiver side. The goal is to clarify the potential gains of NOMA over orthogonal multiple access (OMA)(More)
As a promising downlink multiple access scheme for future radio access (FRA), this paper discusses the concept and practical considerations of non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) with a successive interference canceller (SIC) at the receiver side. The goal is to clarify the benefits of NOMA over orthogonal multiple access (OMA) such as OFDMA adopted by(More)
This paper presents our investigation of non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) as a novel and promising power-domain user multiplexing scheme for future radio access. Based on information theory, we can expect that NOMA with a successive interference canceller (SIC) applied to the receiver side will offer a better tradeoff between system efficiency and user(More)
This paper investigates the system-level performance of downlink non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) with power-domain user multiplexing at the transmitter side and successive interference canceller (SIC) on the receiver side. The goal is to clarify the performance gains of NOMA for future LTE (Long-Term Evolution) enhancements, taking into account design(More)
This paper proposes two cyclostationarity-inducing transmission methods that enable the receiver to distinguish among different systems that use a common orthogonal frequency division multiplexing(OFDM-) based air interface. Specifically, the OFDM signal is configured before transmission such that its cyclic autocorrelation function (CAF) has peaks at(More)