Precoder Design for Signal Superposition in MIMO-NOMA Multicell Networks

  title={Precoder Design for Signal Superposition in MIMO-NOMA Multicell Networks},
  author={Van-Dinh Nguyen and Hoang Duong Tuan and Trung Quang Duong and H. Vincent Poor and Oh-Soon Shin},
  journal={IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications},
The throughput of users with poor channel conditions, such as those at a cell edge, is a bottleneck in wireless systems. A major part of the power budget must be allocated to serve these users in guaranteeing their quality-of-service (QoS) requirements, hampering QoS for other users, and thus compromising the system reliability. In non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA), the message intended for a user with a poor channel condition is decoded by itself and by another user with a better channel… 

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