PROJECT TITLE :
Beam Design and User Scheduling for Nonorthogonal Multiple Access With Multiple Antennas Based on Pareto Optimality - 2018
In this Project, the matter of transmit beam design and user scheduling is investigated for multiuser (MU) multiple-input single-output (MISO) nonorthogonal multiple access (NOMA) downlink. Initial, Pareto-optimal beam style is solved for 2-user MISO broadcast channels (BCs) with successive interference cancelation (SIC), and sure properties of Pareto-optimal beam vectors are obtained. Primarily based on this result, a beam design and user scheduling technique is proposed for MU-MISO NOMA. Within the proposed methodology, simultaneously served users are grouped into multiple clusters with 2 users in every cluster, and a hierarchical beam structure composed of zero forcing intercluster beamforming and two-user Pareto-optimal intracluster beamforming is applied. The proposed methodology has the ability to manage the rates of sturdy and weak users and hence provides great flexibility to MU-MISO NOMA operation. In addition, the matter of Pareto-optimal beam design for general M-user MISO BCs with SIC is solved.
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