Power domain multiplexing

Next-generation wireless communication paradigms demand poperties such as high reliability, low power consumption, and enhanced security. Also, the ever-increasing demand for better wireless services has led to the continuous improvement and emergence of various wireless networks such as 5G and beyond networks. Beyond 5G communication systems (i.e., 6G) are envisioned to utilize technologies such as artificial intelligence, ultra-dense small cells, reconfigurable antennas, distributed networks, multi-band and full-duplex communications, as well as novel non-orthogonal multiple access methods. To address the limitations of the existing power domain NOMA schemes, we develop and propose novel new types of NOMA communication paradigms designed for achieving highly efficient, reliable, and secure multi-user communications using superimposed auxiliary signals and pre-coded matrices methods. The new proposed NOMA systems are motivated by the many limitations faced by current NOMA-based systems. For instance, power-domain NOMA is not included in release 17 of 3GPP as a work item. This is due to its performance degradation, resulting from successive interference cancellation (SIC) and channel estimation errors. The efficiency and novelty of the proposed models are verified via mathematical analysis and validated by Monte Carlo simulations.

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Article PDF: https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.86b0d106

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Article PDF: https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.19888ce7

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Article PDF: https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.92a40b85

Implementation codes (MATLAB SIMULATION FILES): https://researcherstore.com/product/multi-user-auxiliary-signal-superposition-transmission-mu-as-st/ 

Related thesis defense presentation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MnhDqVZ1kU0 

Article PDF: https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.08b7bd1d

Implementation codes (MATLAB SIMULATION FILES): https://researcherstore.com/product/simulation-codes-of-multi-cell-secure-communication-using-non-orthogonal-signals-superposition-with-dual-transmission-for-iot-in-6g-and-beyond/ 

Related thesis defense presentation video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iHRECm6qio0  

Article PDF: https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.324cc0fb

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Journal Publications:

Hamamreh, J. M., Abewa, M., & Lemayian, J. P. (2020). New Non-Orthogonal Transmission Schemes for Achieving Highly Efficient, Reliable, and Secure Multi-User Communications. RS Open Journal on Innovative Communication Technologies, 1(2), 2020. https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.324cc0fb

Lemayian, J. P., & Hamamreh, J. M. (2020). A Novel Small-Scale Nonorthogonal Communication Technique Using Auxiliary Signal Superposition with Enhanced Security for Future Wireless Networks. RS Open Journal on Innovative Communication Technologies, 1(2), 2020. https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.86b0d106

Zia, M. F., & Hamamreh, J. M. (2020). An Advanced Non-Orthogonal Multiple Access Security Technique for Future Wireless Communication Networks. RS Open Journal on Innovative Communication Technologies, 1(2), 2020. https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.19888ce7

Zia, M. F., Furqan, H. M., & Hamamreh, J. M. (2021). Multi-cell, Multi-user, and Multi-carrier Secure Communication Using Non-Orthogonal Signals’ Superposition with Dual-Transmission for IoT in 6G and Beyond. RS Open Journal on Innovative Communication Technologies, 2(3), 2021. https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.08b7bd1d

Abewa, M., & Hamamreh, J. M. (2021). Multi-User Auxiliary Signal Superposition Transmission (MU-AS-ST) for Secure and Low-Complexity Multiple Access Communications. RS Open Journal on Innovative Communication Technologies, 2(4), 2021. https://doi.org/10.46470/03d8ffbd.92a40b85

Conference Publications:

Joel Lemayian, J. M. Hamamreh, "Novel Small-Scale NOMA Communication Technique Using Auxiliary Signal Superposition", 2020 International Conference on UK-China Emerging Technologies (UCET), Aug. 2020.

H. M. Furqan, J. M. Hamamreh, H. Arslan, “Secure and Reliable IoT Communications Using Nonorthogonal Signals’ Superposition with Dual-Transmission,” IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor, and Mobile Radio Communications (PIMRC), Aug. 31 – Sep. 3, 2020.

Muhammad Furqan Zia, J. M. Hamamreh, "An Advanced NOMA Security Technique for Future Wireless Communication", Workshop on Information and Communications Technologies, International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks (SoftCOM), 17-19 Sep. 2020.


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